The Regional Combines, like the one held at VMAC this weekend, are another chance for former players to catch the eye of someone in the NFL. That’s why Chancellor Young decided to participate despite not playing since 2008.
First, there was Marcus. Then, it was Isaiah. Now Desmond is about to become the third Trufant brother to play cornerback in the NFL, and he improved his draft stock again Wednesday at the Huskies’ Pro Day.
NFL.com/NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah has the Seahawks selecting wide receiver Justin Hunter with the No. 25 pick in his latest mock draft.
BYU’s Ezekiel Ansah is from Ghana. SMU’s Margus Hunt is from Estonia. But these new-to-the-game defensive linemen are trying to find an NFL home in their adopted sport of football.
Richard Sherman. Kam Chancellor. K.J. Wright. Each played a vital role on the Seahawks’ No. 4-ranked defense last season. But they also have another thing in common: All were selected on the third day of the NFL Draft.
NFLDraftScout.com and CBSSports.com have updated their mock drafts after attending the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.
University of Washington cornerback Desmond Trufant - brother of Seahawks cornerback Marcus Trufant - was clocked at 4.38 seconds in the 40-yard dash at the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine, good for third-fastest among all players at his position.
Monday metatarsal musings: With John Dorsey joining John Schneider, Ted Thompson and Reggie McKenzie as GMs in the NFL, Ron Wolf’s fingerprints will continue to be all over this year’s NFL Draft.
How did Geno Smith, EJ Manuel and 2013's crop of top quarterback prospects fare at the NFL Scouting Combine? Kurt Warner and Co. break down the signal-callers.
Michael Irvin helps dissect some intriguing selections made by NFL.com's Gil Brandt, including a surprising landing spot for West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith.
Michael Irvin talks about what coaches are looking for in a wide receiver's 40-yard dash, Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson coverting to wide receiver, and how the new rule changes will affect wide receiver play.
Check out University of Arkansas Pine-Bluff offensive tackle Terron Armstead's impressive combine performance including his blistering 4.71-second 40-yard dash.
With day one of the NFL Scouting Combine in the books, Matt "Money" Smith and Bucky Brooks discuss which players made the best impressions.