Don’t look so surprised. That’s right, the next time the toe meets the leather in an NFL game, it will be for real! But before we take some time to look forward to the upcoming NFL season (and be sure to check out our experts picks), it’s time to look back at the weird, wild and just plain wacky from Week 4 of the NFL preseason.
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Posted: Monday, March 15th, 2010 | Gil Brandt Tags: 2010 Pro Days, Al Woods, Bobby Reid, Brandon LaFell, Chad Jones, Charles Alexander, Charles Scott, Chris Hawkins, Ciron Black, Harry Coleman, Keiland Williams, LSU, Perry Riley, Rahim Alem, Trindon Holliday
Aside from a rare exception, like LSU’s Trindon Holliday, most prospects at the NFL Scouting Combine weren’t track and field superstars. Yet, many of the workouts are track and field-type drills. Nowhere is the players’ lack of proficiency in such disciplines more noticeable than the broad jump.
LSU returner Trindon Holliday and Maryland OT Bruce Campbell, the early stars of Saturday’s workouts at the NFL Scouting Combine, weren’t as fast as originally thought, but their 40-yard dash times still were pretty impressive.
As the first group of offensive linemen and specialists conducted 40-yard dashes Saturday, one prospect who stood out — in more ways than one — was LSU’s Trindon Holliday.
LSU’s Trindon Holliday, who said Thursday that he planned to run the 40-yard dash in 4.23 seconds, will work out with the receivers at the NFL Scouting Combine.
Every year, a few players boast about how they will break new ground by running unheard of times in the 40-yard dash. LSU track star and return man Trindon Holliday became the first to do so this year.