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Old 02-21-2013, 01:45 AM    (permalink
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First off here is the SWDC Combine main page where Scott will be posting all the official #'s as he gets them in.

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Also here is Scott's and Shane's twitter account's to follow their thoughts on the latest from the combine.

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Saturday, Feb. 23: Tight ends, offensive linemen, special teams

Sunday, Feb. 24: Quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers

Monday, Feb. 25: Defensive linemen, linebackers

Tuesday, Feb. 26: Defensive backs
NFLN will be broadcasting everyday from 9am to 7pm est.

Full NFLN Schedule for Satuday-Wednesday



The NFLN will also be streaming live online at:

http://www.nfl.com/combine/live

You can choose which camera you want and not miss anything you want.

NFL.com Main Combine Page

Here is an article discussing the new Player Aptitude Test (PAT) that will be used this year along with the standard Wonderlic.

Tell me if there is anything else good that needs to be added.

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Both of the guys perceived to be the top 2 ILB's appear to be headcases somewhat... both also have some questions on the field as well. I think teams may be more comfortable waiting on guys like Kevin Minter or A.J. Klein if they're in the market for an ILB.
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Via Jeremiah...

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Luke Joeckel 6'6 306 lbs 34 2/8 inch arms.


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Lane Johnson 6'6 303.


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Central Michigan OT Eric Fisher 6'7 1/4 306 lbs. Arm length 34 1/2.


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Jonathan Cooper 6'2 1/8 311 lbs.


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Menelik Watson checked in at 6'5 1/8 310 lbs. His arms were 34 inches.
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Old 02-21-2013, 11:28 AM    (permalink
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Both of the guys perceived to be the top 2 ILB's appear to be headcases somewhat... both also have some questions on the field as well. I think teams may be more comfortable waiting on guys like Kevin Minter or A.J. Klein if they're in the market for an ILB.
Throw Mauti on that list if his medical stuff checks out - guy is a beast
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Throw Mauti on that list if his medical stuff checks out - guy is a beast
Agreed, big fan. What is his plan for this week? He running/working out?
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Jarvis Jones will not be working out at the Combine
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Jarvis Jones will not be working out at the Combine
Sounds like this is going to be an issue with him whether the guy's workout routine is up to NFL standards. I'm not totally down on the guy but i think he could be in for a slide on draft day.
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I'm disappointed by this.
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Alabama G Chance Warmack measured in at 6'2/317 pounds at the NFL Combine.

Warmack also checked in with 34 6/8-inch arms, which is more than enough. NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah says Warmack's size was "smaller than expected" but we don't think that is such a bad thing. He will draw the best grade in this draft, but is a fringe top 10 pick.
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Fluker was among the first players to get weighed and measured as the Scouting Combine kicked off in Indianapolis today, and according to Daniel Jeremiah of NFL.com, Fluker weighed in at 339 pounds.

That sounds like a lot until you remember that just a month ago Fluker weighed in at 355 pounds at the Senior Bowl. Losing 16 pounds in a month isn’t physically possible for a lot of people and probably isn’t healthy even for most overweight people, but if NFL coaches and scouts were telling Fluker at the Senior Bowl that they’d like him to slim down, they have to be impressed that he took that advice to heart.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...t-down-to-339/
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Fluker was among the first players to get weighed and measured as the Scouting Combine kicked off in Indianapolis today, and according to Daniel Jeremiah of NFL.com, Fluker weighed in at 339 pounds.

That sounds like a lot until you remember that just a month ago Fluker weighed in at 355 pounds at the Senior Bowl. Losing 16 pounds in a month isn’t physically possible for a lot of people and probably isn’t healthy even for most overweight people, but if NFL coaches and scouts were telling Fluker at the Senior Bowl that they’d like him to slim down, they have to be impressed that he took that advice to heart.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...t-down-to-339/
If Flucker is down to 339lbs., he just made a lot of money because conditioning was definitely a factor in his overall ranking. No doubt he wants to make a solid impression at the combine with increased quickness and foot speed.
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If Flucker is down to 339lbs., he just made a lot of money because conditioning was definitely a factor in his overall ranking. No doubt he wants to make a solid impression at the combine with increased quickness and foot speed.
Agree. and getting down to 339 from 355 is like you and me losing 5 lbs. OK i'll speak for myself.
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Losing 16 pounds in a month isn’t physically possible for a lot of people and probably isn’t healthy even for most overweight people, but if NFL coaches and scouts were telling Fluker at the Senior Bowl that they’d like him to slim down, they have to be impressed that he took that advice to heart.
Losing 16 lbs in a month (or about four per week) shouldn't be hard at all for someone his size.
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Losing 16 lbs in a month (or about four per week) shouldn't be hard at all for someone his size.

You could lose 10 lbs of water weight by nearly dehydrating yourself too. Nobody said it was 16 lbs of fat.
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You could lose 10 lbs of water weight by nearly dehydrating yourself too. Nobody said it was 16 lbs of fat.
For human over 300lbs losing 20lbs in a month is not that hard. Just sitting around and not working out a person has to intake 4000 calories a day to maintain body weight. Cut that down to a normal intake and it's not hard to lose wieght.
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For human over 300lbs losing 20lbs in a month is not that hard. Just sitting around and not working out a person has to intake 4000 calories a day to maintain body weight. Cut that down to a normal intake and it's not hard to lose wieght.
Yeah, really it'd be like replacing his two whole chickens at dinner time with 4 salads.

Figure he's training extremely hard for the combine, he was 355 @ 6'6"...it would take over 6000 calories per day (21 grilled chicken breasts!) to maintain a weight of 355 lbs.

http://www.acaloriecounter.com/diet/...-requirements/

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You could lose 10 lbs of water weight by nearly dehydrating yourself too. Nobody said it was 16 lbs of fat.
A 300 lb man can easily lose 10 lbs in one two hour practice.
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Disregard Escobar's 40 time. My gawd, either no one showed him how to run it or some idiot that has no clue how to run it, coached him on it. It looks like he is running staight up and stiff. Compare how he ran the 40 to how he runs the pass catching drills. Night & day.
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Disregard Escobar's 40 time. My gawd, either no one showed him how to run it or some idiot that has no clue how to run it, coached him on it. It looks like he is running staight up and stiff. Compare how he ran the 40 to how he runs the pass catching drills. Night & day.
Seen enough film of him, that his 40 time means squat. It all depends on your stance. Quite frankly, if you ran track, you have an edge , regardless of how fast you are than the other guy if they didnt.

Escobar is going to be a very good TE for the team that gets him.
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I didn't think Fluker looked bad at all at 355. I hope he doesn't lose too much size, his size and power is a big part of his potential as a prospect.
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I didn't think Fluker looked bad at all at 355. I hope he doesn't lose too much size, his size and power is a big part of his potential as a prospect.
He cant lose enough weight to effect his strength.
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Is Dee Milliner's torn labrum (and upcoming post-Combine surgery) news? I guess he won't be competing in a lot of the drills.
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Is Dee Milliner's torn labrum (and upcoming post-Combine surgery) news? I guess he won't be competing in a lot of the drills.
From experience, a torn labrum really shouldn't affect a corner back that much. Labrum injuries affect throwing more than anything. Without knowing the extent of the injury, I would say he's likely to be fine.
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From experience, a torn labrum really shouldn't affect a corner back that much. Labrum injuries affect throwing more than anything. Without knowing the extent of the injury, I would say he's likely to be fine.
I doubt it drops him much more than a couple of spots on draft day as GM's drafting top 5 usually want perfect health for the money involved even if it is less than past amounts.
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