Cal tight end Stephen Anderson talks about his NFL influences, and the changing position of tight end at the NFL Combine

Cal tight end Stephen Anderson arrives in Indianapolis and speaks with the press about his NFL influences, the NFL Combine, how the position of tight end has changed and more in this EXCLUSIVE footage.

Former California Golden Bears tight end and wide receiver Stephen Anderson has arrived in Indianapolis for the NFL Scouting Combine, and measured in at 6-foot-2, 230 pounds. Other measurements: 32-inch arm length, 9.25-inch hands (pinky finger to tip of thumb).

On Friday, running backs (including Cal's Daniel Lasco), offensive line and special teams workouts will be held, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., CT.  On Saturday, quarterback Jared Goff will square off with workout partern Carson Wentz as quarterbacks, receivers and tight ends work out. The Bears will have receiver Kenny Lawler among the receivers working, as well as Trevor Davis (who's also expected to work out for special teams) and Anderson.

Today, receivers, tight ends and quarterbacks are measured, examined medically, and see the media. On Friday, that group meets with the NFLPA, undergoes psychological testing, does the bench press and interviews with NFL executives. On Saturday, the quarterbacks, receivers and tight ends will work out on the field, including th 40-yard dash, shuttle and skill drills.

Lasco measured in at 6-foot, 207 pounds on Wednesday, and underwent medical examinations. On Thursday, he and the rest of the running backs will meet with the NFLPA, undergo psychological testing, perform special teams workouts, bench press, and NFL executive and scout interviews. On Friday, running backs will do their on-field workout, with timeing, stations and skill drills.

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