Live from the NFL combine: Latest updates, news and 40-yard dash times

After three days of interviews, medical exams, more interviews and some bench pressing, the first group of NFL prospects finally get to show coaches and executives what they're made of. Offensive linemen and running backs hit the field for drills, giving us plenty of opportunities to scrutinize their vertical leap and 40-yard dash times. Quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends took to the podium to face the media for the first time. And we're here bringing you all the analysis.

Highlights so far: It's been all Leonard Fournette so far—the potential first-round pick weighed in at 240 pounds and claimed it was 'water weight,' because he drank a ton of water right before weighing in. (He didn’t help his case with his 28.5-inch vertical leap.)

Check back for updates from Indianapolis throughout the day.

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