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We're broadcasting live from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis and we're expecting a bevy of big names to stop by and chat with the Nine-To-Noon Show. Follow along as we'll be updating this page throughout the event.
9:03 a.m. -- Packers radio analyst Larry McCarren joined the show and talked extensively about free agent wide receiver Greg Jennings.
"He's still in good shape. He's a guy that takes care of himself. He's a terrific human being and a fantastic player," McCarren said about Jennings. "If he's over there across the river and playing for you guys, I don't think that would be good for the Green Bay Packers."
9:51 a.m. -- Vikings general manager Rick Spielman stopped by radio row.
On the NFL Draft
"To me it's a very, very intriguing draft," Spielman said. "It's a very deep draft and we feel very comfortable at 23 because of the depth of this draft. We feel the depth of this draft going all the way through, we're going to get some pretty significant players."
10:09 a.m. -- Spielman talked about a couple of highly-touted wide receivers.
On West Virginia WR Tavon Austin
"He's a dynamic playmaker. Undersized receiver with tremendous speed."
On Tennessee WR Cordarelle Patterson
"Big receiver with some return skills. Very athletic. He's a very talented football player."
On the 2013 QB class:
"I'm not going to comment on this year's quarterbacks coming out in the draft. The one thing I can tell you is we have a pretty good football team. We're not there yet, but we're making progress."
11:19 a.m. -- Greg Cosell of NFL Films, who watches more film than anyone, joined the show and offered some great opinions.
On Adrian Peterson's incredible 2012 season:
"It was the best individual offensive season in the history of the NFL. He makes me say 'Wow' an awful lot."
On Christian Ponder:
"Ponder needs to get better with his anticipation. He needs to learn a little more pocket patience and pocket command."
On Southern California wide receiver Robert Woods:
"He's very good running after the catch. I don't think there's a lot of difference between him and Justin Blackmon."
On Manti Te'o:
"Ultimately, what he is in the NFL is a base personell guy who I think is really good in the box, but I don't think he's ready for any sub-packages."