Luke Joeckel, arguably the top player in the 2013 NFL Draft ran poor 40-yard dash times at the NFL Combine.
If anyone is considering him the No. 1 prospect in the 2013 NFL Draft, former Alabama guard Chance Warmack doesn't know it.
INDIANAPOLIS - Former Florida State quarterback EJ Manuel is one of the more buzz-worthy players at the NFL Combine this week.
INDIANAPOLIS - It's safe to say that San Francisco's Jim Harbaugh operates on a different wavelength than other NFL head coaches.
Former Detroit Lions second round pick Titus Young is at a crossroads of his football career after being released by the St. Louis Rams this month and clearing waivers.
Barrett Jones won't be the first Alabama player taken in the 2013 NFL Draft. But one place Jones assuredly has them beat is in the media interview process (which is very important).
With Zach Ertz and Levine Toilolo, Stanford had arguably the best pair of tight end in college football last season. Now the two underclassmen are on their path to the NFL.
Armed with 14 picks in the 2013 NFL Draft, San Francisco 49ers General Manager Trent Baalke has flexibility.
The NFL released the tentative schedule of Combine availability for coaches and personnel men. Thursday and Friday are going to be marathons with all but two people scheduled to meet the media.
If there's a singular person with an understanding of the total NFL Combine process, it's agent Marc Lillibridge. He's done everything possible in Indianapolis.
The overarching story of the 2013 NFL Draft is that most players taken in the top 10 are just as talented as those going in the 20s. With that axiom in mind, a good NFL Combine performance could push a player up a team's draft board.
Although the NFL Combine is just a small part of the equation for draft prospects, it can be an important one. A bad showing at the Combine may not drop players in the draft, they can at least solidify draft positioning or slightly boost it.
So much for being "excited" about the NFL Combine. Just a week after telling the Pensacola News Journal that he plans go through all Combine drills, former Southern California quarterback Matt Barkley has changed his mind.
If former Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o happened to check out Mel Kiper's quotables from a Wednesday conference call, he may have uttered the famous words of the immortal Lloyd Christmas.
Heading into the Senior Bowl, no player faced more pressure than Michigan's Denard Robinson. Converting from quarterback to wide receiver, Robinson had a rough week in Mobile and his athleticism didn't circumvent the wide receiver learning curve.
A lot of mock drafts have associated the Kansas City Chiefs to West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith, but he's far from the only option for Kansas City. It's likely the Chiefs will be debating which player to take first overall in April.
Questions have lingered about Jones having spinal stenosis. Although individual NFL teams will also send him through a litany of doctors, this should alleviate some fear about Jones' long-term health.
There isn't a fit for Tavon Austin on every NFL team. Some teams won't want an undersized wide receiver that may be restricted to playing only the slot at the next level.
Former Southern California quarterback Matt Barkley won't be throwing at this month's NFL Combine, despite missing the Trojans' final two games of the season.
A look inside the rosters of this year's Super Bowl teams, the Ravens and 49ers, shows the importance of successful drafting. While both teams feature free agent acquisitions, the heart of both teams were built through the NFL Draft.
Following a week of practices at the Senior Bowl, some players have helped bump up their NFL Draft stock. In our latest mock draft, some linemen get a bump in draft position and we're back to where we started with the first overall pick.
If nothing else, this year's Pro Bowl rosters show how important it is for teams to hit on first-round picks.