Teams, agents need to work on solutions
The problem with the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis is that there is a split.
On one side of the RCA Dome, sitting in the stands with stopwatches are the coaches, general managers and scouts. On the other side, standing on the field refusing to work out, are the draftees. On the outside looking in but not allowed to see anything are the agents, who often advise their players not to work out.
Each year, the split widens and gets sillier. Last month, 96 of the 308 position players ...
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