Robert Quinn could make position change
Defensive line workouts continue at the NFL combine and Scouts Inc. is breaking down the top prospects. Here's what we've seen through midday.
• North Carolina DE Robert Quinn has to improve his footwork. He took a quarter-count too long to open up and change directions during drills, but there's no question he has the athletic ability and quickness to transition to outside linebacker in a base three-man front. It just looks like he needs more experience playing in space, which isn't all that surprising for an underclassman who lined up at end in a four-man front in college and missed the entire 2010 season.
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