The NFL Scouting Combine has wrapped and everyone has filtered their way out of Lucas Oil Stadium, but two notable players cracked the high marks in this year’s drills.
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Posted: Tuesday, March 1st, 2011 | Frank Tadych Tags: 2011 NFL Scouting Combine
Here’s an inside look at an NFL Scouting Combine tradition that takes place on the final day of workouts among defensive backs.
The talk of the combine — at least as far as quarterbacks go — has been Cam Newton. And then followed by Cam Newton, with a little more Cam Newton sprinkled in. Although to be fair, there also has been some talk about Cam Newton.
Miami CB DeMarcus Van Dyke will leave the 2011 NFL Scouting Combine as No. 1 on two lists.
We don’t see a lot of cornerbacks like LSU’s Patrick Peterson.
We made sure we were near the vertical jump station to catch a glimpse of LSU CB Patrick Peterson, one of the best overall athletes (size, speed, strength) among the defensive backs at the NFL Scouting Combine.
The first group of defensive backs ran the 40 early at the NFL Scouting Combine on Tuesday, and we have the unofficial results.
The first group of defensive backs finished their 40-yard dashes Tuesday at the NFL Scouting Combine, with three prospects posting unofficial sub-4.4-second times.
It appears that Virginia CB Ras-I Dowling‘s day at the NFL Scouting Combine has been cut short.
It’s Day 6 of the 2011 NFL Scouting Combine, and defensive backs will take center stage on the final day of workouts at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Julio Jones‘ impressive performance Sunday at the NFL Scouting Combine became even more eye-opening Monday, when NFL Network analyst Charley Casserly revealed that the Alabama WR worked out despite a fracture in his foot.
Most of the 330 hopefuls at the NFL Scouting Combine have some type of story to tell. But only one of them has a father who was a five-time Pro Bowl player.
One of the main threads of chatter throughout the NFL Scouting Combine has been about the depth and talent of the defensive linemen, whom coaches and GMs pointed to all week as the strength of the draft. Within that group, the conversation narrows to Nick Fairley versus Marcell Dareus as to who the top interior lineman available has been.
It seemed like an unfair question. Someone asked NFL.com analyst Gil Brandt during a live chat Monday afternoon what player at the NFL Scouting Combine might be the biggest steal of the later rounds in April’s draft. Rather than sidestep the question, however, Brandt had a ready response.
Now that the linebackers have finished their on-field workouts at the NFL Scouting Combine, we can loop back and give you the official leaders in the 40-yard dash from Monday.