Everything you need to know about the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine

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Schedule to workout that day are potential draft targets Deshaun Watson from Clemson, Mitch Trubisky from North Carolina, DeShone Kizer from Notre Dame and Patrick Mahomes from Texas Tech.

Off the field, players participate in all sorts of physical and psychological tests, written tests, interviews and for some, press conferences with the media. Derby - could be determined at least in part by when the run of tight ends off the draft board takes place.

Same for quarterbacks throwing to receivers with no pass rushers or defensive backs in coverage.

Much of the focus of the football world is on the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine, which kicks off later this week in Indianapolis. Additionally, National NFL Insider Josina Anderson will serve as a reporter throughout the event, and NFL Live (weekdays at 2:30 p.m.) will incorporate updates and analysis from on-site commentators. Each player gets a medical exam from any team that wants to poke and prod them. For example, teams will find out whether a player is 6-5, as his college media guide suggests, or actually 6-3. The Giants have a team-specific salary cap of $168.8 million after carrying over $1.8 million from the 2016 season.

The interview sessions are valuable to an extent, as teams get to know players better.

On-campus pro day workouts give players a more familiar and favorable setting to replicate numerous same activities they did at the Combine.

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Most mornings I'm on the practice field by 8:30, and we usually start each day with an hour to an hour-and-a-half of speed work.

As the NFL Scouting Combine goes, we'll keep you updated on how well the former Razorbacks do. Players with known concerns, like a surgically repaired knee, will often end up having that knee examined by all 32 teams.

For Dolphins executives Mike Tannenbaum and Chris Grier, along with Head Coach Adam Gase, it will be business as usual, though.

He was one of the top safeties in his draft class in the 40-yard dash, running a 4.53.

Players will not be available to the media until Thursday, but two groups of players are now in Indianapolis to begin their initial testing prior to their on-field workouts.