The combine just happened. What do we know, what don’t we understand, and what’s with those graphs?
NFL Scouting Combine 2019
As the 2019 NFL Combine came to an end, the Packers’ divisional rivals conducted their own interviews with this year’s top talent.
Meanwhile, a handful of safeties helped earn themselves some money on Monday as well.
The Devins impressed significantly on Sunday, as they put up nearly identical workouts.
Good lord, Montez Sweat and Quinnen Williams.
NDSU quarterback Easton Stick ran agility drills like a slot receiver on Saturday.
It’s Hockenson’s and Fant’s world at tight end this year, and everyone else is just living in it.
Whether you want a slot or boundary receiver, you can find excellent athletes at all levels of the 2019 Draft class.
Keep an eye on these two linemen as potential Packers targets on day two of the 2019 Draft.
The Penn State runner had arguably the best workout at his position on Friday.
Amid reports the Packers intend to spend big on a pass rusher in free agency, Green Bay set it sights on the draft’s best edge players. They could be looking at a complete overhaul at OLB this offseason.
Defensive backs wrap up this year’s event on the field today.
A freak show broke out at the combine as some of the top linebackers in the draft absolutely lit up the athletic testing, giving the Packers a host of excellent options.
Defense is everything in today’s workout and media sessions.
Get ready to see some fast times in the 40 today.
If Jonah Williams had been in play at pick No. 12 for Green Bay, that might be over after Friday’s testing. Meanwhile, the Packers show interest in Noah Fant, Irv Smith Jr. and the top tight ends in the class.
On-field drills finally begin today!
Here are all the weigh-in results for every player on the offensive side of the football from Indy.
The Packers seem highly unlikely to select Kyler Murray, but he could still impact their draft plans. Meanwhile, Green Bay has already met with offensive lineman Dalton Risner.
The bench press drill begins today, and we wrap up with coach and GM pressers as well.
Mike McCarthy preached balance, but rarely practiced it. Matt LaFleur sounds ready to enact action to go along with his words on the run game.
APC Writers share who they’ll be watching this week.
The Packers head into a critical offseason with a new head coach and a bevy of top picks. According to the GM, a head coach change won’t alter the front office’s plans.