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Top Tweets: NFL Scouting Combine Day 3

Day 3 of the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, has come to a close, which means the first round of on-field testing and timing drills are in the rearview mirror.

Offensive linemen, running backs and special teamers hit the field at Lucas Oil Stadium, while tight ends, quarterbacks and wide receivers went to the bench press station and then the podiums to speak with media members.

Here are 10 top tweets from Day 3:

Mooch donates for cause that matters

During an NFL Network segment, Steve Mariucci stopped by with a surprise for Rich Eisen: a donation check of $5,000 for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The generous gift was Mariucci's contribution to the #RunRichRun campaign.

N'Keal Harry ImPRESSing at the bench

Arizona State standout N'Keal Harry, whom NFL Media's Bucky Brooks has tabbed as the third-best receiver in this year's class, impressed during his turn at the bench press.

Upping the officiating?

ESPN's Kevin Seifert reported on the potential concept of a "sky judge" that might be considered by the NFL Competition Committee in an effort to avoid significant missed calls.

Garrett kicks it into gear

N.C. State center Garrett Bradbury, tabbed by NFL Media's Bucky Brooks as the top center in this year's class, clocked in at 4.92 seconds in the 40-yard dash. The time ranked third-best among this year's offensive linemen who participated in the event.

Murray draws a crowd

Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray drew quite the crowd prior to his podium session in Indianapolis.

Miles leaps for … miles

Morgan State's Joshua Miles not only topped the list of this year's offensive linemen at the vertical jump, but his leap of 36 inches set a new combine record among the position group.

Leber takes break to 'lift'

Former Vikings linebacker Ben Leber had jokes at the combine. Leber, who has been working with Vikings.com in Indianapolis, had some fun with a bench press photo op for fans.

Clayton on KFAN

"Voice of the Vikings" Paul Allen caught up with ESPN's John Clayton for a segment of 9 to Noon that aired Friday.

Shout-out to the shrimp

St. Elmo Steak House, the popular NFL Combine dining destination, posted a photo of its famed shrimp cocktail.

Editor's note: Vikings team reporter Eric Smith talked more of St. Elmo's shrimp cocktail on this week's edition of the Trips Write podcast.

Nearly stride-for-stride

Pro Football Focus enjoyed the simulcam view of 2018 second overall pick Saquon Barkley's effort in the 40-yard dash with that of fellow former Nittany Lion Miles Sanders, who emerged into a starter role for Penn State after Barkley's departure.

2019 salary cap announced

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport released the official salary cap for the 2019 season.

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