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Television coverage of the NFL Scouting Combine starts today around 4pm EST with quarterbacks, wide receivers, and tight ends taking the field for testing. Tune-in to see Justin Herbert, Jordan Love, and many top draft prospects run and jump their way up (or down) team’s draft boards.

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Tom Telesco Press Conference at the 2020 Scouting Combine

Mamba Mentality: Like father, like daughter.

LA Chargers: Five players to watch at the scouting combine

After a strong Senior Bowl week, which resulted in being named the Senior Bowl MVP, Herbert will look to continue to improve his draft stock with his performance at the combine. One thing that I want to see with Herbert is how he performs with better wide receivers.

Chargers’ Anthony Lynn on RB Melvin Gordon: ‘We’d like to have him back’

“We love Melvin. He’s outstanding,” Lynn said on PFT Live. “He held out last year, that hurt us a little bit, but when he came back his attitude and the way he fit right back into the locker room was typical Melvin. We’d like to have him back, but it’s free agency and you never know what’s going to happen.”

2020 NFL Scouting Combine Preview: Chargers Can Win Now with Right Philip Rivers Replacement

“Though 2019 didn’t go as expected, the Chargers remain committed to head coach Anthony Lynn, who received a one-year contract extension in January. Despite the new deal, Lynn and his coaching staff likely need to show marked improvement next season in order to avoid a regime change. And though the roster remains talented, playing in the same division as the defending-champion Kansas City Chiefs and superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes doesn’t help matters.”

2020 NFL Draft Big Board: Matt Miller’s Top Players at Start of Scouting Combine

“Three-hundred thirty-seven players are in Indianapolis this week to be measured, run through the wringer in medical evaluations and tested to the fullest on the Lucas Oil Stadium field. Before the NFL Scouting Combine shakes up the rankings, here are my top-100 overall players and a look at superlatives for each position group.”

2020 NFL Scouting Combine weigh-ins and measurements: Defensive line and Linebackers

“The Denver Broncos have depth concerns both along the defensive line and at the linebacker position, but maybe not enough to go with a first round pick on either. With the futures of Shelby Harris and Derek Wolfe in question, this is definitely an area us fans should be watching closely.”

2020 NFL mock draft round up 3.0: Pre-combine edition

“There will be plenty of fluctuation between now and April’s draft as teams begin to stack their draft boards. Things that will also change as a result of combine performances are mock drafts. A solid performance can solidify your spot in round one and a mediocre effort can hurt your cause.”

Evaluating the Chiefs’ strengths and weaknesses going into 2020

“It easy to say that since the team won the Super Bowl, everyone on the roster is championship-caliber. But with parity in the league the way it is, staying on top requires continuous investment and improvement. What was good enough for a first title might not be good enough for a second... or it might no longer be affordable.”

Rush Hour: The 2020 NFL Combine Begins

Hayley Elwood brings you the latest for your morning commute, including what Tom Telesco and Anthony Lynn are looking for in the 2020 NFL Combine.