The NFL Combine is in its second day in Indianapolis, but that's only because yesterday didn't really matter from a fan facing perspective.
Lucas Oil Stadium really inflated its population on Tuesday with the arrival of three positional groups: special teams, offensive line, and tight ends.
Yesterday was a day for coaches to really deflate the egos of the top draft prospects with both the orientation and interview period. They were also able to needle the players during the X-Ray and physical examination portion.
The Patriots sent former offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia to the combine, so he's going to be on the sidelines taking notes and watching film of the signals given off by the talent.
Today is when player information starts to leak as the three aforementioned groups in Indianapolis are accurately measured, recorded, and signed off on.
Three more player groups- the quarterbacks, wide receivers, and running backs- arrive today in order to go through the same health examination and interview process. While the tests for the quarterbacks will likely be the same as those for those on special teams, the results from the quarterbacks are sure to draw a lot more media attention.
The workout portions don't begin until Friday, but the media is around to perform interviews and pipe the sounds of the day to their respective outlets. Additionally, these days are used by teams and agents to help negotiate contracts for pending free agents.
All in all, everything is set up for another great day in Indianapolis.