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NFL Combine Results 2015: Offensive Players' Weigh-Ins and Measurements

Every offensive player has been measured as of Thursday afternoon, and we have all the results for you here.

Auburn WR Sammie Coates
Auburn WR Sammie Coates
Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports

The 2015 NFL Scouting Combine's schedule dictates that players get their physical measurements taken the same day as their media availability. With offensive skill position players coming through the media room on Thursday, that means that we have all the physical measurements for the entire set of offensive players present in Indianapolis. Here's a rundown of each one.


Among the interesting notes for the quarterbacks are the measurements of the top two signal-callers. Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston measured in at the exact same height, 6' 3-3/4", and while Mariota was lighter at 222 pounds to Winston's 231, they were much closer than expected.

Probably the most impressive physical specimen though is Prairie View A&M's Jerry Lovelocke, who is built like a tight end at 6'4" and 248 pounds, plus has massive 10-1/2" hands.

Running Backs

Among the backs, the first name on the list is intriguing. Ameer Abdullah showed up over 200 pounds. If he can still run well at that weight, that should help his stock somewhat. Wisconsin's Melvin Gordon weighed in a little bigger than he played this year, coming in at 215. Meanwhile, David Cobb is close to the Eddie Lacy mold at 5'11" and 229 pounds.

Wide Receivers

There were few big surprises among the wideouts at weigh-in, but the most impressive numbers were Dorial Green-Beckham, who weighed in at Calvin Johnson size at 6'5" and 237 pounds. Tyler Lockett came in with Randall Cobb-like numbers as expected, except for his hands - they were the smallest of the group at 8-3/8", a full inch smaller than Cobb's.

Tight Ends

The big guys measured in big, as expected - Jesse James came in at 6'7", for example. Probably the most impressive number was Jean Sifrin's hands - a whopping 11 inches.

Offensive Linemen

Finally, we get to the big uglies. Maxing out the scale was Florida's Trenton Brown, who measured in at 6'8" and 355 pounds and with 36" arms. Nearly matching his arm length was Cedric Ogbuehi from Texas A&M at 35-7/8".

Stay tuned for more on the measurements, interviews, and drills at the Combine.