One of the main criticisms that Preston Smith heard coming away from his senior season at Mississippi State had to do with the speed of his play, and whether or not he had what it took to develop into a top-level pass-rusher in the NFL.
Odds and ends, who impressed, who suffered, and how the Redskins will approach free agency and the draft.
Here's who shined in workouts among the defensive linemen, linebackers and secondary players.
Want to know who and what stands out? Here is our take, plus those from Fox and Sports Illustrated.
Washington needs offensive linemen, and a handful stood out in Indianapolis.
SEC Defensive Player of Year Shane Ray sidelined by foot injury for Sunday’s NFL Combine, but has plenty to say about what motivates him.
Chris Johnson's 2008 record of 4.24 seconds received some challengers, but remained safe for at least a couple more days until the cornerbacks and safeties take a crack at it.
When Nebraska pass-rusher Randy Gregory stepped on the scale at the NFL Scouting Combine, his weight sparked some concern – not because he was too heavy, but because he was lighter than expected, weighing just 235 pounds.
Could Washington’s search for pass-rushing help include Virginia defensive end?
The defensive linemen and outside linebackers have gone through their round of measurements at the NFL Scouting Combine.