Receivers lived up to the hype Sunday at the scouting combine, but quarterbacks showed a lack of depth, writes John Clayton.
Fast receivers such as Tavon Austin stole spotlight from an unexceptional quarterback crop at Sunday's combine, writes John Clayton.
Speed was a prevailing theme in Indy, where wideouts, running backs and even D-linemen impressed with sizzling 40-yard dash times, John Clayton writes.
Texas Tech receiver Michael Crabtree will miss eight-10 weeks of training with a stress fracture in his left foot, a source confirmed Saturday.
The Lions growled at conventional wisdom, drafting WRs in the first-round in three straight drafts. That gamble didn't pay off, writes John Clayton.
Manuel Wright has the talent to play in the NFL. But does he have the work ethic to turn that talent into a long NFL career?
Arizona State defensive end Terrell Suggs took his second crack at improving his 40-yard dash speed and he failed.
We learned plenty at this year's combine, as usual, so the NFL shouldn't change a thing, writes John Clayton.