Mike Jones provides insights as the NFL combine wraps up, and it covers the gamut, from the freakish talents to the depth of the defensive-back class, plus Michael Sam and Johnny Manziel.
The NFL Scouting Combine concludes today, and from here, Redskins officials will continue to plan for their offseason moves with free agency approaching in a couple of weeks, and college Pro Days on the upcoming schedule as well.
A few tools to help you make sense of the data that came out of the NFL combine.
Growing up as the third of four active boys, Virginia Tech cornerback and NFL draft prospect Kyle Fuller knows a thing or two about competition.
The pass-rusher was a 4-3 defensive end in college but has prepared to audition for NFL teams as a 3-4 outside linebacker as well.
The Missouri defensive end, who recently announced he is gay, handles a crowded news conference at the NFL Scouting Combine with ease.
Every prospect at the NFL draft has been blessed with exceptional athletic ability. But then you have some, like LSU wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., whose DNA carries a double dose of that special athleticism.
First-year coach addressed reporters at the NFL scouting combine
Tennessee right tackle Ju’Wuan James started all 49 games of his career, yet doesn’t rank as his school’s most highly touted offensive line prospect.
After watching linemates David DeCastro and Jonathan Martin go in the first two rounds of the 2012 draft, Stanford tackle Cameron Fleming hopes he can follow in their footsteps.