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The 2013 NFL Scouting Combine began with interviews on Wednesday night. Assistant General Manager Doug Whaley has been everywhere in the press talking about what to watch for and how the Bills will be tackling the annual event.
Doug Whaley goes in-depth on how the times and numbers don't matter as much as how the players achieve those numbers. It's pretty nice insight on how to watch the Combine if you're planning on doing so.
“The most important things we take out of here are two things: the medical evaluations and the interview process,” Whaley said, “because the coaches get to talk football with the players and you get to talk to players about anything that you have a question about.”
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