The Underwear Olympics took center stage at the Scouting Combine inside Lucas Oil Stadium on Friday. To keep the numbers in perspective, a look back at the best test results since 2000.
NFLDraftScout.com publisher Frank Cooney pulls back the curtain on the popular 40-yard dash to find NFL Network will use real-time clockings of 40-yard dash times for the first time in scouting combine history starting Friday.
Andre Johnson might be unhappy, but the rebuilding Texans can't afford to lose his production and leadership, and trading him would yield little.
Streamline the 40-yard dash timing process? Sounds simple. NFLDraftScout.com peeked behind the curtain for the hidden details on the Scouting Combine's headline event.
Trindon Holliday stands just 5-foot-5, but he stood out in 2010 with a blazing 4.21-second time in the 40-yard dash. Here are the best results in all scouting combine workouts this century.
Jonathan Cooper, the seventh overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, has been placed on injured reserve by the Arizona Cardinals. Cooper broke his leg in preseason action on Aug. 24.
Reggie Bush returned four punts for touchdowns with the Saints, but didn't handle any returns last season in Miami. Coach Jim Schwartz said the Lions might use Bush as a return man to change field position.
Redskins GM Allen confirms NFL-provided times are rough starting point
Sunday's game may technically be a part of the 2012 season, but the Lions should view their season finale against the Bears strictly as a preamble to 2013.
When Lions' KR Stefan Logan took a knee at his own 4-yard line on a punt that followed a safety late in Detroit's Week 16 loss to Atlanta, referee Gene Steratore told the Ford Field crowd that Logan had surrendered himself on the return. As it turns out, Logan didn't just surrender himself on the play. He also surrendered his job.

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