Category Archives: 2010 NFL Scouting Combine
Running back/return man Darren Sproles is expected to hit the open market next week, and the 49ers seem like a logical suitor. But there are some obvious issues that create doubts among league insiders that the 49ers will be much … Continue reading
In less than a week, Darren Sproles will likely to be an unrestricted free agent. And at 9:01 p.m. (PT) on March 4 – the first minute the move is legal – the San Francisco 49ers should make the … Continue reading
During an elongated press conference, Florida QB Tim Tebow spoke about the adjustment to his throwing mechanics. He will not feature that new motion until his March 17 pro day. Upon the announcement, “Some guy named Tebow at podium … Continue reading
The consensus top wide receiver in this draft is Dez Bryant of Oklahoma State – just as a year ago the top receiver in the draft was Michael Crabtree.
The last of the offensive linemen spoke with the media on Thursday, so we’re playing catchup. Here are some of the prospects at the position considered the 49ers’ biggest need. * * *
Long before the 49ers make their two first-round selections (assuming they don’t trade up or back), the decision will already be made. The 49ers will stack their board, in order, with the players they would select at those spots. … Continue reading
Quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers are the next group to weigh in and get measured. Those groups followed yesterday’s gaggle of offensive linemen, tight ends and specialists.
The highly anticipated coin toss took place this morning between the Titans and Panthers at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. Both teams wanted the Titans to win, but I have confirmed the toss did not involve a two-headed … Continue reading
If there’s one thing that was reinforced in speaking with 49ers general manager Scot McCloughan Thursday, it’s that he likes big players. He likes big cornerbacks; he likes big safeties; he likes big running backs. And he does not … Continue reading
The 49ers are certainly in the market for an offensive tackle in the April draft. It is easy to assume that they will use one of their first-round picks to address that position.