Senior Bowl players almost bare all

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    Every player, wearing only compression shorts, is paraded in front of hundreds of scouts and other NFL personnel. Officials record their height and weights then they walk off stage, right through the middle of people eyeing them from head to toe.

    Anyone got any pictures? :rolleyes:
     
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    I would have loved to have been there to see the bulges.

    BTW, the Under Armour Senior Bowl is played in Mobile, AL Sunday, Jan. 29th.
     
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    My half brother played college football, it was fun to go to locker room after the game the first few times but after that it was just a bunch of young hot naked guys running around.:biggrin1:
     
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    The NFL Combine is even better in Indianapolis every year....everything is measured....and I mean everything !
     
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    Yes, it seems like everything is measured.

    From the NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement, these are the areas that are considered in a physical for the NFL:
    Appendix I
    STANDARD MINIMUM PRESEASON PHYSICAL EXAMINATION
    Should there be the need for additional examination or testing in any specific area, such will be permitted.
    General Medical Examination 1. History
    • player
    • family
    • thorough review of all team physicians and trainer reports for preceding seasons
    2. Examination
    • head
    • face
    • scalp
    • ears
    • external & drums
    • sinus
    • throat
    • eyes
    • pupils
    • reaction to movement & light
    • lungs
    • palpation
    • chest
    • heart
    • visceral
    • hernia
    • rectal
    • hemorrhoid
    • fistula
    • prostate
    • gastric
    • any unusual body marks, i.e. scars, birthmarks
    • height
    • weight
    • temperature
    • blood pressure
    • pulse
    • heart rate
    Orthopedic Examination
    Examination visually, including stress testing and range of motion for all of the following:
    • neck and spine
    • shoulder
    • elbow
    • wrist
    • fingers
    • hips
    • knees; also knee jerk
    • ankle; check Achilles tendon for abnormalities and by jerk test
    • toes
    Flexibility Testing of hamstrings and neck
    EKG Heart Abnormalities
    Stress Testing (at physician's discretion) (Treadmill or bicycle) for cardiovascular
    Blood Testing
    Standard grid. Testing for (including but not limited to):
    • Chemistry
    • Calcium
    • Phosphorus
    • Glucose
    • Uric Acid
    • Cholesterol
    • Iron
    • Triglyceride
    • Lipids
    • Sodium
    • Chlorides
    • White Blood Count
    • Red Blood Count
    • Mono-Screen* ]
    • Tay Sachs* ] *Where applicable. If found,
    • Sickle Cell* ] individual counseling necessary.
    • VD*
    Urinalysis
    Check for (including but not limited to):
    • Protein
    • Glucose
    • PH Factor
    • Diabetes
    • Renal Failure
    • Gout
    Vision Testing
    • peripheral vision
    • standard eye test
    Hearing Test
    Dental Examination
    Chest X-Ray (at appropriate intervals)
    (Only as recommended by AMA standard)
    Check for: Tumor
    T.B.
    Lesions
    X-Ray all previously injured areas (at physician's discretion)


    Read more: Answers.com - What is the criteria for passing an NFL physical
     
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