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Old 02-20-2014   #121
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Looks like all TE, OL and PK have official measurements in.

Matthews measures at 6"5, 308 with 33 3/8 inch arms and Greg Robinson measures in at 6"5, 332, and 35 inch arm.
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Playoffs, do you have any insight as to how the official measurements are working today? Are they going by position and last name?
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More specifically...

Wednesday, Feb. 19
• PK/ST/OL/TE medical pre-exam and X-rays, orientation, interviews

Thursday, Feb. 20
• PK/ST/OL/TE measurements, medical exams, media, interviews
• QB/WR/RB medical pre-exam and X-rays, orientation, interviews

Friday, Feb. 21
• PK/ST workout; PK/ST/OL/TE bench press, psychological testing, interviews
• QB/WR/RB measurements, medical exams, media, interviews
• DL/LB medical pre-exam and X-rays, orientation, interviews

Saturday, Feb. 22
• OL/TE on-field workout (timing, stations, skill drills)
• QB/WR/RB psychological testing, bench press, interviews
• DL/LB measurements, medical exams, media, interviews
• DB medical pre-exam and X-rays, orientation, interviews

Sunday, Feb. 23
• QB/WR/RB on-field workout (timing, stations, skill drills)
• DL/LB psychological testing, bench press, interviews
• DB measurements, medical exams, media, interviews

Monday, Feb. 24
• DL/LB on-field workout (timing, stations, skill drills)
• DB psychological testing, bench press, interviews

Tuesday, Feb. 25
• DB on-field workout (timing, stations, skill drills)
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Taylor Lewan's puzzling comments

No player had a weirder press conference than Michigan offensive tackle Taylor Lewan. Often smirking or even chuckling through answers, Lewan deflected questions about his off-field concerns like they were blitzing defensive ends.

Remember the play against Michigan State where Lewan tried to separate Isaiah Lewis' head from his shoulders? Lewan now says their friends. Lewan denied getting into an altercation with an Ohio State fan after the two rivals played last year. He also denied threatening a woman involved in a rape allegation.

There was at least some light-hearted spots with Lewan. He broke down how he blocked Jadeveon Clowney, saying he keyed on the superstar's feet to figure out where the blitz was going. He even claimed to be unbeatable in Super Smash Bros., so he probably has a pretty nice selection of trophies.
Lewan also claimed that "it wasn't my fault" when questioned about being beat on a play.
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Hurst weighed 296 .

Jace Amaro has 9 inch hands .

The two Vols OTs have size and arm length as does Moses and the Alabama guy .
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This is scouting gold...

2014 NFL combine survey: Offensive linemen recall their toughest opponents
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OT Cameron Fleming, Stanford: “[Former USC end and current Packers OLB] Nick Perry.

C Tyler Larsen, Utah: “I would say … in the Senior Bowl, I went up against [Pitt defensive tackle] Aaron Donald.

OL Joel Bitonio, Nevada: “Probably either Anthony Barr from UCLA, or Demarcus Lawrence from Boise State.

OT Charles Leno, Boise State: “Ezekiel Ansah.

OG Xavier Su’a-Filo, UCLA: “I’d have to say Star Lotulelei.

OT Justin Britt, Missouri: “Probably Jadeveon Clowney.

OT Jake Matthews, Texas A&M: But I thought Kony Ealy from Missouri was great.

C Travis Swanson, Arkansas: “I would say [former Alabama and current Bills DT] Marcel Dareus.

C James Stone, Tennessee: I’d have to say Dominique Easley.

T Taylor Lewan, Michigan: “Jadaveon Clowney, absolutely.

C Weston Richburg, Colorado State: “Aaron Donald

OG David Yankey, Stanford: “The toughest defender was probably Stephon Tuitt

G/T Zack Martin, Notre Dame: “[Pittsburgh's] Aaron Donald

T Michael Schofield, Michigan: “I matched up against Jadeveon Clowney for one series [in the 2013 Outback Bowl]. That was hardest series of my life. … The hype is legit.”

T Ja’Wuan James, Tennessee: “Michael Sam.
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Blake Bortles 6'5 232

Teddy Bridgewater 6'2 1/8 214

Johnny Manziel 5'11 3/4 207

Hand size: Bridgewater- 9 1/4, Bortles- 9 3/8, Manziel- 9 7/8.
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AJ McCarron 6'3 1/4 220

Odell Beckham 5'11 1/4 198

Jarvis Landry 5'11 1/2 204

Bradin Cooks 5'9 3/4 189

Allen Robinson 6'2 5/8 220

Kelvin Benjamin- 6'5 240

Mike Evans- 6'4 3/4 231

Sammy Watkins 6'0 3/4 211

Marqise Lee 5'11 3/4 192

Martavis Bryant 6'3 1/2 211

Bruce Ellington 5'9 3/8 197

Carlos Hyde 5'11 7/8 230

Jeremy Hill 6'0 5/8 233

Kadeem Carey-5'9 3/8 207

Tre Mason 5'8 1/2 207

Terrance West 5'9 1/4 225

Andre Williams 5'11 3/8 230

Bishop Sankey 5'9 1/2 209

De'Anthony Thomas 5'8 5/8 174

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MANZIEL – 5’11 and ¾, 207 with 9 7/8 hands.
BRIDGEWATER – 6’2 1/8, 214 with 9 ¼ hands.
BORTLES – 6’5, 232 with 9 3/8 hands.

Manziel is pretty stout at not quite 6 foot but 207lbs, Teddy heavier than expected but tiny hands, and Bortles is a giant.
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MANZIEL – 5’11 and ¾, 207 with 9 7/8 hands.
BRIDGEWATER – 6’2 1/8, 214 with 9 ¼ hands.
BORTLES – 6’5, 232 with 9 3/8 hands.

Manziel is pretty stout at not quite 6 foot but 207lbs, Teddy heavier than expected but tiny hands, and Bortles is a giant.
Are these the official Combine measurements? Didn't know they started yet.

I wouldn't say TB's hands are "tiny." They are probably normal for a man his size whereas Manziel's are probably abnormal for a man his size. Anyway, Bortles' hand size is only 1/8 bigger than Bridgewater's. That's not much of a difference.
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Combines of the past for QBs .

http://nflphilosophy.com/a-visual-re...-quarterbacks/
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Hand size: Bridgewater- 9 1/4, Bortles- 9 3/8, Manziel- 9 7/8.
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So, for the hand fetish folks, are Teddy's hands too small? I have no idea what threshold people look for.
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So, for the hand fetish folks, are Teddy's hands too small? I have no idea what threshold people look for.
Threshold of concern is under 9 inches.

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So, for the hand fetish folks, are Teddy's hands too small? I have no idea what threshold people look for.
If he fumbles the ball during games then yes. If not, then no.
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So, for the hand fetish folks, are Teddy's hands too small? I have no idea what threshold people look for.
Blake is right...so much depends on how he protects the ball...but TB's hands are the same hand size as colin kaepernick...under 9 would be a concern..i think more than anything, his hand size is just about average for an NFL qb.
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I need to find a tape measure and measure my hand to get some perspective on all this.
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Blake is right...so much depends on how he protects the ball...but TB's hands are the same hand size as colin kaepernick...under 9 would be a concern..i think more than anything, his hand size is just about average for an NFL qb.
I think it's a factor if you play in bad weather also .
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Sweet !!

Now go run a 40 yard dash .
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Didn't realise these three guys were already Texans?!

It's not how big it is, it's how you use it.
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