Which 2020 NFL Draft prospects put on a show in Indianapolis? Nick Shook reveals his All-Combine Team, spotlighting the best performers at each position.
On Sunday, cornerbacks and safeties took the field at the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine. Who turned heads? Who disappointed? Chad Reuter breaks down his winners and losers from Day 4.
Takeaways from all the action at the NFL combine in Indianapolis on Sunday
Mississippi State's Montez Sweat uncorked a 4.41-second 40-yard dash to set a record as the fastest defensive lineman at the NFL scouting combine.
Presumed first-round pick Dexter Lawrence injured his left leg at the NFL combine while running in the 40-yard dash.
These prospects should star in the events at the combine this upcoming week
Will anyone challenge John Ross for the 40-yard dash crown at the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine? Daniel Jeremiah unveils his top five candidates to leave Indy with the title of fastest player from this year's event.
Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray measured 5-foot-10 1/8 at the NFL combine, putting to rest some concerns about his height.
Kyler Murray and D.K. Metcalf are among the names to know who were weighed and measured on Thursday
The draft stocks of these prospects will change the most based on their performances at the combine
The NFL's annual combine featuring the top 2019 draft prospects has kicked off in Indianapolis. Here's what you need to know.
As Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen dropped jaws by launching passes 70 yards in the air to in-stride receivers at the NFL Combine, the same question had to run across everyone's mind. How did he develop that kind of arm strength? "I've never done any arm strengthening drills," Allen told NJ Advance Media. "I'd like to say it's natural, but it starts from the bottom: Working on your lower half (body) helps everything up top."
There's always energy in the bench press room at the NFL scouting combine when players grip the crossbar and begin pumping the 225 pounds of free weights as everybody nearby counts the repetitions. But never like this.
The NFL Scouting Combine got started Wednesday, and the day featured several NFL coaches and personnel executives meeting with the media. New Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden said some exceptionally strange things, Denver Broncos executive John Elway may have tipped his hand on Kirk Cousins, and Ryan Shazier of the Pittsburgh Steelers was ruled out for the 2018 season. Those were just some of the key happenings from the first day of the combine. Here are some other things we learned in Indianapolis:
Quarterbacks always are the rock stars of the NFL draft. A handful of them will be sucking the attention away from everyone else this week as the annual NFL scouting combine convenes in Indianapolis. The first group of players, including offensive tackles Connor Williams of Texas and Oklahoma’s Orlando Brown, will begin doing team interviews and some of the skill tests starting Thursday.
The most important testing at the NFL Scouting Combine this week may actually take place two miles away from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Before the draft prospects step onto the field for the 40-yard dash, they'll undergo an extensive medical evaluation at Methodist Hospital. The medical exams at the Combine are a major piece of the evaluation process.
Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy and General Manager Brian Gutekunst had extensive sessions with the media on Wednesday at the NFL Scouting Combine. Here are some news and notes from Day 1 in Indianapolis.
The first day of coaching and executive availability at the scouting combine always provides a few worthwhile tidbits as we head into free agency. Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst’s thoughts on getting an Aaron Rodgers deal done this offseason will slide under the radar amid cuts and retirements but could end up being the most significant development of the 2018 calendar year—far beyond whoever signs short-term free-agent deals this spring.
With the 2018 scouting combine kicking off this week, NFL Nation reporters take a closer look at the positions of need for all 32 teams and which players will be closely evaluated.
This week in Indianapolis, many of the brightest stars from the previous college football season will display their skills at the NFL combine. The week-long event is about a lot more than just sheer athleticism, but the numbers from the workouts and position drills still play an important role as teams ramp up their evaluations. Here’s our best guess for the 10 guys with the best chance to make some jaws drop in the workout portion of the combine, from Heisman candidates to overlooked workhorses.