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Dan Arkush

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Executive editor

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Updated Oct. 06, 2010 @ 7:27 p.m.
By Dan Arkush

It's high noon in the annex room for the media at the Indianapolis Convention Center. We've already had visits from a few high-profile NFL types — in order, new Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin, who bears a strong resemblance to actor Omar Epps; Bills head coach Dick Jauron; and Saints head coach Sean Payton — but very few of the college kids have graced us with their presence. The top PK prospect, Mason Crosby, has appeared, but that's it so far. The offensive linemen will  be the focal point later today, and things should heat up soon. Action at the Combine always comes in unexpected waves, but with a strong arsenal of PFW editors, we should be able to cover all the bases.

Best of all, my mouse works again!!! Intern/aspiring editor Paul Tenorio was able to work his magic, and by virtue of that feat, he is officially my all-time favorite intern. I will buy him his first martini later this week for a job well done. Slowly but surely, we're starting to get the things we need. Court Mann was able to snag Mike Martz in the lobby for a Lions Way We Hear It item. Neuby is cranking away on his PK feature. All is well. There's a big crowd here of national media. More than last year, I think. I'll be back blogging at some point later tonight.

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