Seven members of the 2004 University of Michigan football program will participate in the 2005 National Invitational Camp conducted by the National Football League at the RCA Dome in Indianapolis, Ind. The combine begins today (Wednesday, Feb. 23) and runs through Tuesday, March 1.
Offensive lineman David Baas (Sarasota, Fla./Riverview HS), cornerback Markus Curry (Detroit, Mich./Bishop Gallagher HS), fullback Kevin Dudley (Brookville, Ind./Franklin County HS), wide receiver Braylon Edwards (Detroit, Mich./Bishop Gallagher HS), punter Adam Finley (Greenwood, Ind./Center Grove HS), cornerback Marlin Jackson (Sharon, Pa./Sharon HS) and safety Ernest Shazor (Detroit, Mich./Martin Luther King HS) are among 325 draft-eligible players invited to participate in the combine.
For the first time ever, the NFL Network will provide live coverage of player workouts during a two-hour show starting at noon EST on Saturday, Feb. 26, and continuing through Tuesday, March 1. In addition, NFL Total Access will be on the scene with news, analysis and interviews provided by Michigan alumnus Rich Eisen and co-host Terrell Davis. Following is the NFL Network's daily schedule of workouts of the two-hour daily window:
Feb. 26 -- Offensive Linemen, Running Backs
Feb. 27 -- Quarterbacks, Wide Receivers, Running Backs
Feb. 28 -- Tight Ends, Defensive Linemen
March 1 -- Linebackers, Defensive Backs
U-M Has Seven In NFL Combine
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