The NFL Scouting Combine is where coaches and general managers obsess about 40 times, broad jumps and answers to (sometimes silly) interview questions. It's where a player with a mid-round grade can suddenly propel himself into the first round with an eye-popping performance.
For the Washington Redskins, the work that was put in over the past six days in Indianapolis will be critical to the franchise's long-term success. Without a 2014 first-round pick, each player evaluation must be constructed judiciously.
Based on the Redskins' positions of need, let's take a look at which players either helped or hurt themselves at the combine.
Combine results courtesy of NFL.com.