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NFL Regional Combine hopes to shape the future of New York Football

This weekend will be a huge one in the world of New York football, as the NFL will hold one of eight Regional Scouting combines will be hosted by the New York Jets on Saturday.  In the last two years the Combine has helped to produce two Super Bowl Champion caliber players, and one never knows who will pop-up in this year’s crop.

The 2011 Super Bowl Champions Giants were able to find wide receiver Hakeem Nicks and defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul in the 2009 and 2001 combines respectively. Both the Giants and Jets will be looking for key players to help build the future of New York Football, and that will start at the Regional Combines on Saturday.

Bryan Braman, who is now a Houston Texan’ linebacker, participated in the Regional and Super Regional Combines was another player to have found success thanks to attending the Combine.

NFL Regional Combines are conducted specifically for the following players:

  • Players eligible for the 2012 NFL Draft but not attending the National Scouting Combine
  • Players with college playing experience who want to gauge their pro potential
  • Players with some pro playing experience, but who have been out of the game for a period of time

Players who attend an NFL Regional Combine may be invited to attend the NFL Super Regional Combine, to be held at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan on March 30-31, 2012.

To be held at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Facility, the defensive position players will start working out at 8:00 a.m., while the offensive workouts start at 1:30 p.m.

The Combines are not open to spectators’, however there is an official site for anyone wanting to see how their favorite player is fairing in their area-please click on the link below to check out the official NFL Regional Combine website:


Written on February 24, 2012

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