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Some football links — UW will have four players at NFL combine

Post by Ryan Divish on Feb. 22, 2012 at 2:15 pm with No Comments »
February 22, 2012 2:36 pm

I’ve been neglecting football a little with basketball taking up a lot of my time. But here’s a few notes …

Chris Polk, Senio Kelemete, Alameda Ta’amu and Jermaine Kearse will be among the 300 players participating in the NFL combine this weekend.

Our Seahawks’ writer, Eric D. Williams will be in Indy and has promised me updates on the four UW players.

Kevin Gemmell has a cheat sheet of Pac-12 players in the combine.

Here’s the schedule for the combine. The NFL Network will be televising it, and you also can watch online here.

Around the Pac-12

Jon Wilner is covering the Bay Area players at the combine, and specifically Andrew Luck.

Davonte Neal actually decided to show up to his signing announcement and chose Notre Dame over Arizona.

Christian Caple is doing a series of stories on WSU’s new assistant coaches (we will do the same during spring football). Here’s his latest story on receivers coach Eric Morris.

Texas transfer Connor Woods will likely grab the quarterback position at Colorado.

New ASU head coach Todd Graham says he has not re-instated suspended defensive end Junior Onyeali yet.

OSU’s Macolm Marable was picked up going 104 mph. And John Hunt looks at the similarities and differences between Marable and Cliff Harris’ much publicized arrest.

Here’s some video of LaMichael James preparing for the NFL combine

SI’s Andy Staples writes that the NCAA to change its transfer rules to offer some protection for players after coaches like Randy Edsall act like megalomaniacs.

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