The final day of combine drills featured the offensive linemen and special teams players. Though we didn’t have anyone breaking the record for the fastest 40-yard dash today, the linemen in attendance did showcase how athletic their class is overall.
The bar was very high for the athletes who were set to take the field on Saturday, and boy, did they live up to the hype. Here are the top performers from the playmakers who tested on Saturday, including record-breaking receiver Xavier Worthy.
After looking at five sleepers and five players with the most to gain at the 2024 NFL Scouting Combine, here are five high-upside players who could start to grab more attention over the next seven days.
The history of the NFL scouting combine is filled with players who increased their draft stock with big — sometimes record-breaking — performances on the field in Indianapolis. Washington's Michael Penix Jr., Texas' Ja'Tavion Sanders, Oregon's Troy Franklin and Toledo's Quinton Mitchell are among those who have the most to gain at the combine this […]
Cincinnati quarterback Joe Burrow, recovering from surgery to repair a torn wrist ligament in his throwing hand, said Sunday he expects to be fully cleared by the middle of May, and he anticipates being a part of the Bengals' organized team activities.
Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup is widely expected to get cut soon, but if Cowboys owner and General Manager Jerry Jones knows for sure whether Gallup will be on the Cowboys in 2024, he's not saying.