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2015 NFL Combine Results: Measurements and weigh-ins for Defensive Linemen and Linebackers

Jordan Phillips and Carl Davis are among the most physically imposing players to weigh in on Friday.

Clemson DL/LB Vic Beasley
Clemson DL/LB Vic Beasley
Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports

On Friday, the defensive linemen and linebackers attending the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine have gone through their physical measurements before coming to the media room for interviews. We now have the results of those weigh-ins for both groups, and those numbers are here for your perusal.

Defensive Linemen

Among the most impressive physical specimens on the defensive line are guys who we knew would be big. Oregon's Arik Armstead comes in at 6'7" and 292 pounds, while Jordan Phillips from Oklahoma landed at 6'5" and 329. Carl Davis from Iowa is also 6'5" and 320, but has incredibly long arms at 34 5/8" and the biggest hands at the Combine at 11 inches.

A few of the edge rushers showed some added bulk this week as well. Clemson's Vic Beasley gained more than 10 pounds and is now 246 (at 6'3"),


Most of the linebackers measurements came in as expected as well. Among the bigger inside backers are Benardrick McKinney (6'4", 246), Stephone Anthony (6'3", 243), and Taiwan Jones (6'3", 245). Then there's the second group of players around 6-foot and 230 - Eric Kendricks, Denzel Perryman, and Shaq Thompson were all close to those numbers.

Stay tuned for the drill measurements and times from the offensive line and tight end groups, who are working on their various drills on Friday.