2015 NFL Combine Schedule

Every February, NFL coaches, scouts, and general managers from across the nation travel to Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana, to evaluate NFL prospects. The event is a weeklong process known as the NFL Combine. Talented college athletes from around the country are hand-selected to attend the showcase and demonstrate their physical, mental, and social

2015 NFL Combine: Mitch Morse

class=”p1″>Offensive lineman Mitch Morse is demonstrating what it means to be Mizzou Made at the 2015 NFL Combine in Indianapolis, Indiana. Since the 2015 Citrus Bowl, Morse has been training and preparing for the opportunity to compete in the 2015 NFL Combine. Now, as a current competitor in the showcase, Morse is putting his months

Four Mizzou Made Stars Headed to NFL Scouting Combine

Four Mizzou Made stars are headed to the NFL Scouting Combine. Defensive ends Markus Golden and Shane Ray, running back Marcus Murphy, and offensive tackle Mitch Morse will participate in the annual event, starting Feb. 17 in Indianapolis. Ray finished his career at Mizzou with a record-breaking junior season. He posted a school-record 14.5 sacks

Watch #MizzouMade Players in Super Bowl XLIX

Mizzou Made Seattle Seahawks offensive lineman Justin Britt will conclude his rookie season with an appearance in Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday (5:30 p.m. on NBC). Britt has played an instrumental in role in Seattle’s success this season, starting at right tackle in every game except in the NFC Wild Card Round, which he missed

Golden, Murphy Square Off in 2015 Reese’s Senior Bowl

While running back Marcus Murphy and defensive end Markus Golden are used to playing on the same team, the 2015 Reese’s Senior Bowl saw them on opposing teams. Murphy represented Mizzou on the North team, while Golden played for the South. The Senior Bowl, played on January 24 in Mobile, Alabama, was a chance for

Where Are They Now? Jeff Wolfert

Mizzou Made For former placekicker Jeff Wolfert, football was not part of the plan when he came to Mizzou in 2004. Wolfert originally attended Mizzou on a swim and dive scholarship, but he had a burning desire to play football. When Wolfert wasn’t in the pool, he was training and kicking, hoping that a collegiate

Watch #MizzouMade Players in the NFL: NFC Championship

Mizzou Made Seattle Seahawks offensive lineman Justin Britt will make his 17th straight start on Sunday, January 18, when the Seahawks meet the Packers in the NFC Championship game at 2:05CT on FOX. Britt’s consistent play at right tackle has boosted the 13-4 Seahawks all season long. Seattle has won seven straight with Britt on the O-line, and

Where Are They Now? L’Damian Washington

Mizzou Made wide receiver L’Damian Washington has kept himself plenty busy since graduation last year. Life in the NFL Washington recently signed a future/reserve contract with the Pittsburgh Steelers, ensuring he’ll enter next year’s training camp in black and gold. Practice squad members and free agents are eligible to sign futures contract once the regular season

Shane Ray to Declare for 2015 NFL Draft

defensive end Shane Ray announced January 7 that he will enter the 2015 NFL Draft and forgo his last season of eligibility at Mizzou. Ray, a Kansas City native, said his decision was a difficult one, but an opportunity he never would have had without his Mizzou family. “I had a lot of great experiences

Mizzou Made in the NFL Playoffs: Kony Ealy

Mizzou Made Carolina Panthers defensive end Kony Ealy earned the first playoff victory of his NFL career on Saturday, January 3. Ealy’s Panthers dominated the Arizona Cardinals 27-16 to advance to the NFC Divisional Round where they will face the Seattle Seahawks (home to Mizzou Made offensive lineman Justin Britt). Ealy recorded one tackle in the contest.