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2013 NFL Draft: The Combine Is In Full Swing

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Day 2 of the NFL Combine sees the offensive linemen, tight ends and specialists move into measurements and medical tests as the offensive stars arrive.

Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE

Day two of the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine is underway in Indianapolis, though the cameras don't go full live until Saturday when the on-field workouts begin.

Today, Group 1 (a mix of special teams specialists and some o-linemen), Group 2 (the rest of the offensive linemen) and Group 3 (all tight ends) go through the backroom stuff -- official measurements, medical testing, interviews and media opportunities.

The o-lineman measurements are already filtering out, largely thanks to NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah, a former scout who you may remember from his last mock draft where he pegged the Rams to take UNC guard Jonathan Cooper and Florida St. OT Menelik Watson with their two first round selections.

Already, his Twitter timeline, @MoveTheSticks, is blowing up with some of the measurements of the major prospects:

Should be an interesting day as more prospects go through the meat market. For those of you looking for a little more flash, Group 4 (a mix of quarterbacks and wide receivers), Group 5 (remaining QBs and WRs) and Group 6 (all running backs) arrive today. They'll hit the field on Sunday, but until then, we'll have plenty of Combine coverage both on the ground in Indy and across the intertubes.