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NFL Scouting Combine

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  • Miami Dolphins sign 18 undrafted rookies, filling out roster

    The Miami Dolphins feasted on a steady diet of successful undrafted free agents for years, and the organization’s hope is that this year is no exception, and that a few of the NFL long shots added on Monday turn into the next Sam Brenner, Jordan...
  • Would Allen Robinson have been better off returning to Penn State?

     
    Former Penn State receivers coach Stan Hixon called Allen Robinson one of the best wideouts he had coached and a certain future pro. Rich Barnes/USA Today But is that future coming too soon? Perhaps, according to ESPN draft analyst Mel......
  • Painter waits his turn at Virginia Tech, and now during NFL draft week

    Painter waits his turn at Virginia Tech, and now during NFL draft week
    Vinston Painter hopes NFL teams share his father's opinion when it comes to Painter's possible longevity in a football uniform. After starting just one season at right tackle for Virginia Tech, Painter believes he has more football left in his...
  • Terps Trio: Maryland vs. Duke, football pro day, Dwayne Morgan

    Terps Trio: Maryland vs. Duke, football pro day, Dwayne Morgan
    Baltimore Sun reporter Jeff Barker, editor Matt Bracken, and Sun intern/Diamondback co-sports editor Josh Vitale weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. What will the environment be like at Friday night’s...
  • Injury leaves Stanford DE Ben Gardner a Rose Bowl spectator

    Injury leaves Stanford DE Ben Gardner a Rose Bowl spectator
    There may be no sadder injury in sports than one to a senior college football player who is also an NFL prospect. Stanford defensive end Ben Gardner, who will miss Wednesday’s Rose Bowl with a torn pectoral muscle, stood to the side Sunday...
  • Seahawks' Malcolm Smith hoping for relative relevance

    Seahawks' Malcolm Smith hoping for relative relevance
    JERSEY CITY, N.J. — It was one of the biggest, and perhaps the most quickly forgotten, interceptions in NFL playoff history. When Seattle's Richard Sherman tipped away a pass intended for San Francisco 49ers receiver Michael Crabtree in the NFC...
  • 'Canes DL Anthony Chickillo staying at Miami, Golden chatter (again), and more football notes

    Clearly, the biggest buzz surrounding the Miami football program in recent days has been the status of Hurricanes football coach Al Golden, who was widely linked to the vacant coaching job at his alma mater, Penn State. But there was more news coming...
  • Five 'Canes invited to NFL Scouting Combine

    Five University of Miami football players have accepted invitations to next month's NFL Combine.  Quarterback Stephen Morris, receiver Allen Hurns, punter Pat O'Donnell and offensive linemen Brandon Linder and Seantrel Henderson will be among the more...
  • What's next for the Miami Dolphins?

    What's next for the Miami Dolphins?
    It will be more than seven months until the Miami Dolphins play their next game that counts. But that doesn't mean there won't be plenty of activity for the front office in the meantime. The next big event will be the NFL combine, which starts Feb. 20 in...
  • Under Armour introduces workout monitoring system Armour 39, new commercial

    Under Armour introduces workout monitoring system Armour 39, new commercial
    Baltimore-based Under Armour hosted a press event in New York City Tuesday to introduce what the company has dubbed "its biggest ever global marketing campaign." While the new "I Will" campaign recalls the old "Will you protect this house?" commercial...
  • Ed Reed to cover Oscars for NFL Network

    Ed Reed to cover Oscars for NFL Network
    Ed Reed has been many things: a future Hall of Fame safety, a reclusive, enigmatic football player. This Sunday, he'll take on another, slightly more colorful role -- Oscars correspondent for the NFL Network. Reed will cover the red carpet for a special...