Jim Harbaugh talks prospects; NFL rumor mill cranks up
- Updated: Feb. 22, 2013 at 04:39 a.m.
The 2013 NFL Scouting Combine cranks up its second day on Friday, as San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh joins NFL Network's "Path To The Draft" at 2 p.m. ET. Stay tuned to NFL Network throughout the day to hear from coaches and general managers around the NFL on what they're looking for in Indianapolis. The combine's on-field action begins Saturday at 9 a.m. ET on NFL Network, and continues throughout the next four days.
Here's what else is on tap for Friday:
» Get a head start on this weekend's football talk with "NFL AM" at 6 a.m. ET. Today, former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward joins us in studio to talk about his new Web series chronicling Ward's training for the Ironman World Championship.
» Ian Rapoport's Combine Hot Stove Report offers up five items NFL folks are buzzing about in Indianapolis.
» Former NFL scout Daniel Jeremiah's has some surprises from Thursday's weigh-in day at the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine.
» Bucky Brooks reveals the best fits for the draft's best wide receiver, Cordarrelle Patterson of Tennessee.
» NFL Evolution reports that Green Bay Packers wide receiver James Jones wants the NFL to let players take care of themselves and not try to legislate against helmet-to-helmet hits.
» Brian Cushing believes the injury that ended his 2012 season in Week 5 was completely avoidable. The Houston Texans linebacker tells Albert Breer he wants the NFL to prevent it from happening again.
» It's playoffs or bust for the Carolina Panthers, where the feeling is decidedly less optimistic than it was following Cam Newton's dynamic rookie season. Check out our Offseason Forecast page to see what the Panthers and 31 other NFL clubs need to focus on in 2013.
» Don't miss John Elway, Chuck Pagano and Jeff Fisher on an all-new Rich Eisen Podcast. And catch New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski's work as Rich's special Oscars Red Carpet correspondent in Hollywood on Sunday night for the Oscars.
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