All Entries Tagged With: "NFL Combine"

Ross will provide a semi-weekly roundup of national mock drafts relating to the Packers picks.  For the first time he is giving the Draft Networks'...

Colin Lindsay of the Great Blue North Draft Report reacts to the big performances coming out of Indianapolis.

The NFL Combine in Indianapolis is wrapping up and the Green Bay Packers, like all other NFL teams, have been busy looking at prospect workouts and...

Evan Western of joins the show live from the site of the Combine in Indianapolis.

It's currently the same old song and dance in Green Bay.

With the NFL Combine underway, Dr. Yardan Shabazz shares his professional advice to athletes interviewing with pro football teams.

Jeff Risdon of previews the national scouting event taking place in Indianapolis this week.

Erin Underwood of Bleacher Report tackles Combine questions with the event in Indianapolis coming up next week.

Hear from Packers coach Mike McCarthy and NFL draft prospect Deion Jones of LSU.

When it comes to what is a catch and what isn't a catch in the NFL, many people suggest that we should simply use "common sense." Bruce Arians used...

The Green Bay Packers coach met with reporters in Indianapolis and did his best to not answer anything. 

The Packers general manager was his usual low-key self at the podium in Indianapolis. 

Jeff Risdon of shares his thought on the more than 300 players invited to the Combine.

A "measurables" discussion broke out the other day in the comments section of Cory jennerjohn's post on Carl Bradford.

The Trojans wide receiver looks to come off the board in the first two rounds of the upcoming NFL Draft.

Thompson is the Paul Hornung Award winner, named after the former Packers great, given to the nation's most versatile player.

Evan Western of Acme Packing Company joins the show to share his thoughts on the recently completed Combine.

The TCU linebacker ran one of the slowest 40 times and had the lowest vertical jump among players at his position. Add in off-the-field concerns, and Dawson may no longer be first-round material.

Collins is now arguably the top safety in the 2015 NFL Draft class.

The Miami of Ohio cornerback is seeing his stock rising after a terrific season, Senior Bowl and NFL Combine.

Cornerbacks and safeties will work out at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Monday.

The Green Bay Packers could be considering the products from Florida State and Texas when they're on the clock late in the first round.

Defensive linemen and linebackers work out starting at 8:00 a.m. CT on the NFL Network.

Benardrick McKinney at 6' 4" and Denzel Perryman at 5' 11" are two inside linebackers the Packers will be considering in the upcoming NFL Draft.

Quartebacks, running backs and wide receivers can be seen at 8:00 a.m. CT on the NFL Network.

Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said of Bradford, "He needs to take that big jump. This is a big offseason for him."

Offensive linemen and tight ends will work out on Friday, televised on the NFL Network.

Brandon Scherff is the next elite offensive lineman produced by Kirk Ferentz's program at Iowa.

Thompson will appear at 9:00 a.m. CT on Thursday, McCarthy at 2:00 p.m. in Indianapolis.

Plus more on an offensive lineman from Toledo and new Packers assistant coach Mike Solari.