Another day is in the books at the NFL combine. We've had metatarsal-gate and Andre Smith-gate and thankfully the day passed by without anymore bad news headlines. Tomorrow we'll see the defensive side of the ball take centre stage. Obviously we've covered a lot of items today, I've broken the articles down so they're easy to scroll through below. For different opinions on the day's activities, here's some links.
Don Banks was impressed with Pat White's workout today, noting he threw the ball accurately. He wasn't as impressed with USC's Mark Sanchez.
More from Banks - it's a big day for Malcolm Jenkins (CB, Ohio State) on Tuesday. He has to try and eliminate fears on his recovery speed with a quick 40 yard dash time. A lot of pundits have suggested he could switch to safety in the NFL.
Eric Williams has a view from the press box - watching the quarter backs perform their drills. Williams thinks Mark Sanchez was "just OK" when throwing the football.
The NFL Network team take a look at how the wide receivers ran the 40 yard dash. They also speak to Boston College defensive tackle B.J. Raji.
Scott Wright says the running backs provided something of an anti-climax. The top two backs - Knowshon Moreno and Chris Wells, both posted disappointing 40 yard dash times. LeSean McCoy didn't participate because he's suffering with flu.