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The 40-yard dash and bench press might get all of the hype but in terms of draft positioning, the most important tests administered at the annual scouting combine are the medicals. Who appears well on the way to recovery? Whose stock is in flux?
The annual NFL combine might just be the world's glitziest job fair. Which player's stock is going to soar based off interviews? Who left scouts with more questions than answers?
Scouts have spent all year creating player grades. Only in rare occasions do the results of Pro Day workouts actually impact a player's stock. So, we've boiled down this week's five biggest Pro Day storylines.
Safety Jimmy Ward ran a pair of unofficial 4.47-second 40-yard dashes at Northern Illinois' pro day and met with teams for two hours ahead of upcoming surgery to have a screw inserted into his foot.
Ryan Shazier was not able to run at the 2014 NFL combine, and re-injured his hamstring at Ohio State's pro day, although he was clocked in an unofficial 4.36 seconds in the 40-yard dash.
Pat Kirwan takes a closer look at some front-seven prospects in the draft. He finds that Anthony Barr's best fit is as an OLB in a 3-4 defense.
Given all of the attention paid to how quarterbacks perform during the throwing sessions, the rest of the positional drills may be the most overlooked portion of the annual NFL Combine. Who stood out this year among WRs? DBs? LBs?
Eric Decker is coming off his best season. So how much is he worth? We examine the key considerations for the Broncos wide receiver in free agency.
Considered more of an all-around athlete than polished passer, Martinez worked out for scouts at quarterback, wide receiver and defensive back at Nebraska's pro day
The All-American running back was faster and more explosive in the vertical jump at his Pro Day Thursday. Was it enough to make scouts forget about a disappointing Combine?
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