Feb. 21, 2012
SEATTLE - Four former Washington football players will take part on the annual NFL Combine starting this week in Indianapolis.
Wide receiver Jermaine Kearse, offensive lineman Senio Kelemete, tailback Chris Polk and defensive tackle Alameda Ta'amu have all been invited to participate in the event, which showcases 300-plus prospective NFL players to all 32 NFL teams.
Players at the combine arrive along with their position groups and go through workouts on a staggered schedule.
On Wed., Feb. 22, Kelemete will arrive along with his fellow offensive linemen. His primary workout day will be Sat., Feb. 25.
Wide receivers (Kearse) and running backs (Polk) arrive one day later and are put through workouts on Sunday.
Finally, Ta'amu and his fellow defensive linemen arrive on Friday and work out on Monday.
The NFL, through NFL Network and online at nfl.com, offers comprehensive coverage of the event. For the NFL Network schedule, click here. Workout coverage begins Saturday (note that the times on the schedule are Eastern Standard).