The combine is an exercise focused on NFL teams becoming familiar with more than 300 players. The teams rank the players with the help of workouts and interviews. But some of the players pay attention to the process and flip it. They leave with their own inkling of which of the 32 teams has it more together than the others.
After surveying several players here at the combine, two teams kept surfacing that were more impressive in their approach than most. Those teams were the Chicago Bears and the Kansas City Chiefs.
Mississippi offensive tackle Michael Oher reflected some in the group when he explained: “They seemed a little more organized in their questions. They seemed a little more focused in what they wanted to know. They worked together as a group pretty nicely.”