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NFL's talent market open for business as potential draft picks' workouts begin at combine

9:16 PM, Feb. 23, 2011
Kareem Copeland previews the NFL combine
Kareem Copeland previews the NFL combine: Kareem Copeland reports from Indianapolis about the start of this year's NFL combine, the current status of the CBA negotiations, and what to expect from the Green Bay Packers.
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INDIANAPOLIS - The world champion Green Bay Packers will get the opportunity to poke, prod and question 330 hopeful athletes for four days at the NFL combine starting Thursday. The Colts' Lucas Oil Stadium will host the annual workout as teams prepare for the draft April 30.

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Players will be put through a variety of drills and strength and intelligence tests as team officials drool over 40-yard ...

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