MIAMI – Fifteen years ago, Brandon Marshall barely made the cut for the NFL's Indianapolis combine.
A receiver from Central Florida, Marshall was eager to improve his stock with pro scouts in the winter before the draft. The challenge was finding a chance to do so.
“Not everyone makes it to Indy,” said Marshall, a retired six-time Pro Bowler. “I was the last person in 2006 to get invited. I had to politick until the last week. They finally let me in, but not everybody can get that opportunity.”
This year, nobody got that opportunity — because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the combine was canceled. As a substitute, mini combines not sanctioned by the NFL have been organized, including this week's three-day event that concluded Friday in South
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