Found March 29, 2013 on Fox Sports Tennessee:
NASHVILLE, Tenn. The long and winding road that is the due diligence in determining NFL Draft worthiness has entered another stage. The first and foremost is the ongoing analysis of the players resume i.e., what he did on the college football field last fall. Thats followed by assessment at all-star games in January, like the Senior Bowl, the NFL Scouting Combine in February and now Pro Days at the prospects schools. Individual workouts are also being staged by teams, followed by a return to the film room, where Titans general manager Ruston Webster and head coach Mike Munchak agree the players NFL potential good, bad or indifferent is most revealed. The most weight is on their film, said Webster, who spent two days earlier this week at LSUs Pro Day and individual player meetings. How they played during the year is the most important thing. Everything else is just a piece of the puzzle. A former No. 1 draft pick of the then-Houston Oilers (now Titans) in 1982, a Hall of Fame...

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