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2019 NFL Combine Day 1 live blog: RB, OL, and special teams players

We’re giving you live updates from Indianapolis about the running backs, offensive linemen, and special teams players!

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The 2019 NFL Combine is in full swing and today marks Day 1 — when running backs, offensive linemen, special teams players, and kickers will start their workouts!

The Jacksonville Jaguars will definitely be in the market for one or two offensive linemen and running backs so this could be an important day to watch.

We’ve got all the live updates, rumors, meetings, news, and more — so bookmark this page and keep hitting that refresh button.

2019 NFL Combine schedule

Friday, March 1


Saturday, March 2


Sunday, March 3


Monday, March 4


Live blog

8:34 PM: Will Grier has met with the Jaguars. They’re doing their homework.

7:22 PM: The official account features quarterback interviews all day. It’s almost as if...

2:15 PM: Dwayne Haskins has already had a meeting with the Jaguars? Well well well,,,

1:37 PM: Jordan Scarlett was one of the fastest running backs in a relatively slow class. It’s almost like this doesn’t matter anymore!

1:28 PM: Listen... everyone saying the Jaguars are the top team to get Nick Foles might be right. But it’s all connecting dots at this point.

1:26 PM: *whispers* He’s making it up.

11:20 AM: Chris Lindstrom is a name you need to remember, Jaguars fans. He killed it in Senior Bowl practices. He went to Boston College. He has a relationship with our scouts. He can play multiple positions along the interior offensive line. Tom Coughlin is salivating.

10:30 AM: You could respond with “NO DEVIN SINGLETARY WTF???” but it looks like they’re getting to know the Day 3 guys so far. Singletary could go as high as the second round.

9:45 AM: *shuts television off*

9:04 AM: Sweet Jesus. Not a chance he’s there in the second round, huh?

8:32 AM: If I’m the Jaguars and Irv Smith is still available at the top of the third round — well, I’d take him. (That is, if he tests well tomorrow.)