Only if you are a true NFL Draft junkie do you care about the list of the 218 prospects who will compete Sunday and Monday at Cowboys Stadium in the Super Regional Combine.
The NFL has concluded its investigation into questions that prospects were asked at the Indianapolis scouting combine. The results? The NFL found none of its teams committed any specific wrongdoing.
If you are remotely related to the world of sports and wanted to get your name out there this week – all you had to do was weigh-in on the gays in the NFL discussion. […]
Lauren Silberman is set to become the first women to participate at an NFL combine.
The NFL says it will look into whether questions asked of Colorado tight end Nick Kasa at the combine violated any laws or league policies banning employers from inquiring about a possible employee’s sexual orientation.
According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk and NBC Sports, NFL coaches and GMs want to know if Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o is gay.
Going small school, though, doesn’t necessarily mean NFL teams are avoiding the kind of trouble that exists at bigger schools.
Longhorns wide receiver Marquise Goodwin had just 26 catches as a senior in Austin, but his speed and athleticism give scouts reason to think he’ll be more productive in the NFL.
The Cowboys are clearly in need of defensive pressure players, whether in free agency or the draft. As of now, it appears there will be slim pickings among edge rushers when free agency opens on March 13.
The NFL Combine is underway in Indianapolis and owners and coaches are watching the hopefuls being put through their paces, hoping to score a deal and fill some holes in their lineups.
The events of Sunday at the combine pretty much take Dallas out of the running for the best QB prospect in this draft not named Luck or Griffin.
If you thought it was impossible for NFL people to fall more in love with Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III, you thought wrong.