Tebow leads quarterback storylines
Pike, LeFevour stand to benefit from taking part in passing drills
This is a unique year at the combine because for one reason or another most of the top-tier quarterback prospects are not expected to throw and/or take part in other drills.
Oklahoma's Sam Bradford is still recovering from shoulder surgery but is expected to throw for scouts in late March, and Notre Dame's Jimmy Clausen is rehabbing after toe surgery and won't work out for scouts until early April. Texas' Colt McCoy has worked toward throwing at the combine, but there has been no indication about his readiness; his status remains up in the air.
What are the scenarios for Tim Tebow at the combine? Which prospects could benefit most from taking part in throwing drills? Todd McShay answers those questions and more for ESPN Insiders.
MORE NFL HEADLINES
- NFL or Michigan? Harbaugh said to be torn
- Sources: Goodell says no L.A. team in 2015
- Vick: Florida St.'s Winston 'future of the NFL'
- Cowboys list Murray (hand) as questionable