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NFL Scouting Combine

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  • 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...
  • Steinberg: NFL combine one big show

    The Super Bowl of NFL Draft scouting — the NFL Draft combine that takes place this week — can dramatically alter the draft status of aspiring players. Several hundred college seniors and juniors who have declared for the draft are invited...
  • Tavon Austin's official 40 time at NFL combine adjusted to 4.34

    Tavon Austin's official 40 time at NFL combine adjusted to 4.34
    In mere seconds, Tavon Austin confirmed what he had already predicted: that his speed would create separation from the pack of fellow NFL draft prospects. The former Dunbar and West Virginia all-purpose star ran an unofficial time of 4.25 seconds in the...
  • What do NFL combine drills have to do with actual NFL?

    What do NFL combine drills have to do with actual NFL?
    I still don’t get the NFL scouting combine. Last weekend in Indianapolis and through Tuesday, football players will wear almost no football equipment while running some drills they practice specifically for this showcase but rarely execute in...
  • Tavon Austin, other random NFL combine thoughts

    Tavon Austin, other random NFL combine thoughts
    The NFL’s annual pre-draft meat market wraps up Tuesday, but one of the players generating the most buzz at the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis was former Dunbar star Tavon Austin. His 4.34 in the 40-yard dash Sunday validated the gigabytes...
  • Power ranking the best in Baltimore sports this week

    Power ranking the best in Baltimore sports this week
    Every Monday, Baltimore Sun blogger and reporter Matt Vensel will rank the most significant athletes and events in Baltimore sports that week based on accomplishments on and off the field. Because, well, why not? Today, I debut this fun weekly feature,...
  • W&M's Webb impressive at NFL combine

    Defensive back B.W. Webb of William and Mary, a former Warwick High star, turned heads at the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis. Webb posted a vertical jump of 40 1/2 inches, a broad jump of 132 inches and fast shuttle times for 20 yards (3.84...
  • NFL prospects claim teams asked them about their sexuality

    NFL prospects claim teams asked them about their sexuality
    Colorado tight end Nick Kasa told ESPN Radio Denver on Wednesday that he was asked questions about his sexuality by at least one team at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. "They ask you like, 'Do you have a girlfriend? Are you married? Do you...
  • Flacco says being NFL's highest paid player was never the goal

    Flacco says being NFL's highest paid player was never the goal
    Joe Flacco had just put his signature ona six-year contract that could pay him as much as $120.6 million and the NFL’s newly-minted highest paid player had big plans to celebrate. “I'm going to drive home tonight and just go out to dinner...