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Who's Participating at Veteran Combine?

Which players will take the field for the first-ever veteran combine?

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The NFL's first-ever veteran combine will be held on Sunday, March 22 at the Arizona Cardinals' practice facility in Tempe, Arizona.

Among those participating are defensive ends Michael Sam and Jamaal Anderson, running backs Felix Jones and Michael Bush and defensive back Aaron Berry.

"I'm anxious to see how it's received by our clubs," Matt Birk, the NFL's director of football devolepment, told Around The NFL. "It's a new event. There's a fair amount of skepticism surrounding it and rightfully so. So I guess we're just focused right now on executing and making sure that things run smoothly and that our clubs find it useful."*Around the NFL will be providing live updates during the event. The NFL Network will recap the day's action at 8 p.m. EST on Sunday. Below is the complete list of every player participating in the veteran combine. *

QUARTERBACKSJerrod Johnson, Texas A&M
Mike Kafka, Northwestern
Brendon Kay, Cincinnati
Keith Price, Washington
Zac Robinson, Oklahoma State
Darron Thomas, Oregon
Tyler Wilson,  ArkansasWIDE RECEIVERSJoe Adams, Arkansas
Joe Anderson, Texas Southern
Ben Gadsden, Miami
Lestar Jean, Florida Atlantic
Darius Johnson, Southern Methodist
Tukashi Kurihara, No College
Thomas Mayo, California, Pa.
Carlton Mitchell, South Florida
Nathan Slaughter, West Texas A&M
Trent Steelman, Army
LaQuan Williams, Maryland

SAFETIESJerron Mcmillian, Maine
Charles Mitchell, Mississippi State
Akwasi Owusu-Ansah, Indiana, Pa.
Kyle Sebetic, Dayton
Mana Silva, Hawaii
Jawanza Starling, Southern California
Joe Young, Rutgers
Nate Collins, Virginia
Marcus Forston, Miami
DaJohn Harris, Southern California
Byron Jerideau, South Carolina
Zach Minter, Montana State
Everrette Thompson, Washington
Torell, Troup, Central Florida
Jordan Miller, Southern U.OFFENSIVE TACKLESJosh Aladenoye, Illinois State
Jack Breckner, Gustavus Adolphus
Manase Foketi, West Texas A&M
Randall Harris, TowsonTIGHT ENDSJamie Childers, Coastal Carolina
Ifeanyi Momah, Boston College
Emmanuel Ogbuehi, Georgia State
Matt Veldman, North Dakota State
Dallas Walker, Western Michigan
Eric Waters, MissouriGUARDSRay Dominguez, Arkansas
Stephen Goodin, Nebraska-Kearney
Michael Huey, Texas
Darius Morris, Temple
Justin Wells, St. Augustine's
Ian White, Boston College

RUNNING BACKSMichael Bush, Louisville
Jewel Hampton, Southern Illinois
Quentin Hines, Akron
Felix Jones, Arkansas
Mikel LeShoure, Illinois
Da'Rel Scott, Maryland
Cierre Wood, Notre DameLINEBACKERSChris Baker, East Carolina
Brandon Copeland, Pennsylvania
Steele Divitto, Boston College
Jake Doughty, Utah State
Marcus Dowtin, North Alabama
Darin Drakeford, Maryland
Dan Fox, Notre Dame
Ka'Lial Glaud, Rutgers
Thomas Keiser, Stanford
Jeremy Kimbrough, Appalachian State
Scott Lutrus, Connecticut
Brian Rolle, Ohio State
Vic So'oto, Brigham Young
Phillip Steward, Houston

Aaron Berry, Pittsburgh
Brandon Burton, Utah
Deveron Carr, Arizona State
Kip Edwards, Missouri
Saeed Lee, Alabama State
Jordan Love, Towson
Keon Lyn, Syracuse
Johnny Patrick, Louisville
Julian Posey, Ohio
Greg Reid, Valdosta State
Jordan Sullen, Tulane
Ryan White, Auburn

Jamaal Anderson, Arkansas
Sammy Brown, Houston
Adam Carriker, Nebraska
Rakim Cox, Villanova
Tevin Mims, South Florida
Shahid Paulhill, Temple
Caesar Rayford, Washington
Craig Roh, Michigan
Michael Sam, Missouri

Matt Armstrong, Grand Valley State
Sherman Carter, Tennessee State
Jason Foster, Rhode Island
Deveric Gallington,    Texas Tech
Mike Golic, Notre Dame
Ben Gottschalk, Southern Methodist
Graham Pocic, Illinois
Greg Van Roten, Pennsylvania

FULLBACKSDan Moore, Montana
Lonnie Pryor, Florida State
Harvey Unga, Brigham Young

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