The NFL Scouting Combine can be an information overload where you’re interviewing players, head coaches and team executives, tracking workout sessions, and getting as much information from teams as possible.
With that in mind, in honor of the 40-yard dash, here are 40 takeaways and things we learned at the combine leading up to the 2017 NFL draft.
The talk early in the week at the combine was all about LSU running back Leonard Fournette. When he jumped 28.5 inches, everyone began to question his play. Is he out of shape? Is 240 pounds too big? Is he overrated? Then when he ran the 40-yard dash in 4.51 seconds, those questions mostly went away.
Roy Friggin Williams, ladies and gentlemen! Howard came in as a first-round pick and now it’s just figuring out how high he goes. At the worst, his draft range starts at No. 12 and the Browns and the furthest he’ll probably drop is the Giants at No. 23.
“Now everybody’s has got social media, and we don’t need “The New York Times” to find out what in the dickens is going on in the country. You know, our president tweets out more bullshit than anybody I’ve ever seen.”
Here’s the video:
Roy Williams on social media and the president’s tweeting habits… If you know anything about Coach, you know this is worth a listen!
Roy, we salute you for using the phrase “what in the dickens” and taking a shot at Donald Trump seconds later. That’s how you do it.
Right. They don’t. The team and NHL think most of their fans and corporate sponsors live in the East Valley, making a drive out west to Glendale a real road trip.
The Coyotes can opt out of their Gila River Arena lease after next season.