adidas is salty right now after watching their island give away at the NFL Combine actually burn away, after John Ross’ ridiculous 40-yard dash. The former Washington Huskies star receiver shocked the world, crushing Chris Johnson’s record in the 40-yard dash, running a blistering 4.22 forty. Unfortunately for adidas, Ross has signed a deal with
That finish, @richeisen!! 💨#RunRichRun #StJude pic.twitter.com/T99ceJWGIL — NFL Network (@nflnetwork) February 29, 2016 NFL Network personality Rich Eisen has done what many athletes fail to do — getting better with age, as he recorded his best 40-yard dash ever. Eisen set a personal best — blazing his 40-yard dash in 5.94 seconds. BREAKING: @richeisen sets
I assume the bright idea would be to apply a few football related drills to be included with the 40-yard dash. The NFL — according to the league’s director of player personnel Matt Birk — is considering adjusting the drills done at the combine. Matt Birk: "We run the 40-yard dash in Indianapolis. Why? The
Ronald Darby was a three-year standout cornerback at Florida State who started in 2013-14 after capturing the ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year honors in 2012. Darby made himself some money this morning after he blazed a 4.32 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine. Darby a track guy — now has options in both sports.
The guy in question is named Connor Orr, but we’ll refer to him as ‘Instagram Guy’ after a Steelers official dubbed him with that hilarious name after he interrupted the Combine. Colleague @ConorTOrr was chastised by a Steelers team employee this morning. He called him "Instagram Boy" and told him to sit down. YES. —
Any quarterback worried about their 40 yard dash time affecting their career — only needs to revert back to this video of Tom Brady running his 40-yard dash some 15-years ago. Brady slow time made the great Rich Eisen look like Usain Bolt. Enjoy. Tom Brady the GOAT. Speed of a cheetah #NFLCombine https://t.co/BIfA1ti8gx —
Jameis Winston throws an absolute beauty. #NFLCombine. pic.twitter.com/xD6xKJRohH — NoleGameday (@NoleGameday) February 21, 2015 Jameis Winston is putting on a show at the throwing portion of the NFL Combine. Winston and Mariota have both displayed good deep balls — with Winston lighting up the go routes. After one deep ball, Winston yelled out, “that’s just
Super Bowls aren’t won on the track — so these 40 yard dash times won’t have an impact on either guys career. It’s still interesting to see Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston running the 40 together. This blend shows Mariota is the superior athlete.
Just remember that Tom Brady and Peyton Manning didn’t run fast times at the NFL Combine either. Jameis Winston is going to make a lot money in the NFL. It will be done with his arm, and not his legs after this terribly slow 40-yard dash at the combine. The former Heisman winner was clocked
The former Alabama star just cemented himself as the top wide receiver and a likely top-10 pick. Amari Cooper showed scouts he could separate after he blazed this 4.43 40-yard dash.