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Combine: Digging a Little Deeper at Indy

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The combine is the beginning of the end of the draft process. Jim Wexell has seen the players, but needs to learn a bit more from the following prospects:

I'm reading that today's combine is "the start of the process," when really 90 percent of the work has already been done in anticipation of the 2010 NFL draft. The combine is more of a finisher, a time to ask questions, a time to take a final peek if needed. I've watched enough college football to know what I like, but these are the guys whom I'd need to see at the combine in order to call it a...

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