No one from Cincinnati was at the NFL Scouting Combine, but a few of the performances at the school’s pro day Thursday really stood out. The best performance of the day was by tight end Blake Annen (6-foot-4 1/8, 247 pounds), who posted two very good times in the 40: a 4.41 and a 4.42. He also had a 34-inch vertical jump and a 10-foot broad jump. He ran the short shuttle in 4.30 seconds and the 3-cone drill in 7.19, and he threw the bar up 25 times. He had a very strong workout, both running and catching the ball. Fifteen teams attended Cincinnati’s pro day, and 16 players worked out — 14 from Cincinnati and two from other […]
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Unable to participate in Cincinnati’s pro day on March 13 due to a sports hernia, Travis Kelce — one of the top-rated tight ends in the 2013 NFL Draft class — held an individual workout in Cincinnati on Thursday.
A total of 16 players from Cincinnati worked out at pro day on March 13 along with five others from nearby schools. There were 32 NFL teams represented and the workouts were held indoors on field-turf. Travis Kelce TE (6-5, 258 pounds) — He is not going to work out. He was injured and instead will work out April 4 at Woodward High School in Cincinnati. Florida State defensive lineman Tank Carradine also will take part in that workout. Walt Stewart DL (6-5, 249 pounds) — He had to sign a waiver that would allow him to workout. He had a neck injury last year and missed the last seven games of the season. The University of Cincinnati requested Stewart […]
There were three Cincinnati Bearcats at the recent NFL Scouting Combine, but when the school hosted its pro day on Friday an unheralded tight end with little playing experience might have raised the most eyebrows.
Cincinnati wide receiver Mardy Gilyard has chosen to address his prior troubles right from the get-go at the Senior Bowl.
Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis and New York Jets coach Rex Ryan were among those in attendance on March 19 at the University of Cincinnati Pro Day. In all, 28 NFL teams sent representatives and 12 position coaches were in attendance, including Jaguars tight ends coach Mike Tice. The program has made great strides in recent years, as evidenced by its six players sent to the NFL combine, the most ever for the school.