We’re back again from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, where today some of the really big names — such as Johnny Manziel and Teddy Bridgewater — are scheduled to meet the media (in fact, before I could get this posted, Manziel had already measured in at just under 6-feet).
Saturday will bring the first actual testing.
Here’s our look at some of what happened Thursday, and what’s on deck today.
Here also is Jayson Jenks’ story wrapping up some of the Seahawks’ news of Thursday.
Now for a few more links. …
— Earl Thomas was in-studio with KJR-AM Thursday and said, among other things, he hopes to get an extension done before the start of the 2014 season;
— Seahawks.com with some thoughts from the Combine;
— ESPN continues its countdown of Seattle’s top defensive plays of the season;
— Pro Football Focus breaks down Seattle’s potential 2014 lineup;
— Could the Packers learn from the success of the Seahawks?;
— NFL.com with 10 things learned on the first day of the Combine;
— CBSSports.com’s Pete Prisco’s with some Combine musings;
— Rob Rang with five takeaways from Thursday;
— Rang on a trio of Pac-12 offensive linemen who turned heads Friday;
— USA Today with a look ahead to today’s happenings;
— A record number of underclassmen makes it a little harder for teams to evaluate prospects;
— SI.com with a breakdown of who some players here felt was their toughest college opponent.