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2016 NFL Combine Recap: Day One

That wraps up the first day at the 2016 edition of the NFL Combine where the offensive lineman and running backs worked out today. If you missed any numbers, from weigh-ins to the 40, we’re collecting all the data right here and will continue to update throughout the week. Tomorrow,…


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NFL Combine Day One: What To Watch For

Happy Combine, Steelers’ Nation! It’s a wonderful time of the year. Things kick off early today with the running backs, specialists, and offensive line going through tests and drills. Though some aspects of the Combine can be over hyped, it’s all information that goes into the big puzzle of evaluating…


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Study: Correlation Between Combine Invites And Draft Picks

With the 2016 NFL Combine kicking off this week, I wanted to take a crack at a research study related to it. There will be over 300 players working out at Indianapolis, to work out, compete in drills, get interviewed, and go through a battery of medical tests. Still, each…



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The Terrible Podcast – Roundtable Episode Talking Steelers Draft Prospects, Mocks, Combine & More

Season 5, Episode 82 of The Terrible Podcast is now up and with David Todd sidelined while he is recovering from his 50th birthday, I am again joined by Alex Kozora and Luke Shabro for a roundtable discussion. After briefly talking about the recent contract restructure of Pittsburgh Steelers tackle Marcus Gilbert, the three of…



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2015 NFL Combine Wrap Up: Winners And Losers

Now that the 2015 NFL Combine is complete, let’s look back at all the positions and pick out the winners and losers from Indianapolis. Winners: Leonard Williams/DL USC – He showed why he’s the consensus best play in this year’s draft. Long, lean, and a violent punch, Williams made the…



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2015 NFL Combine: Defensive Back Notes

Notes on the defensive backs from the final day of the 2015 NFL Combine. Defensive Backs – In general, the first group of DBs struggled to catch the ball, let alone high point and pluck it. They all did better in the gauntlet. – Like Alex Carter’s size. Big, strong…