Combine observations: It's a wrap
We learned plenty this year in Indy, including that the event shouldn't change
Watching the defensive backs run their 40-yard dashes and do their drills continues to convince me that no change is needed at the Indianapolis combine.
All but six of the 60 defensive backs ran the 40. For scouts, general managers and coaches, it doesn't get any better than that. Dee Milliner of Alabama prioritized his performance at the combine and considered it so important that he ran his 40 with a torn labrum that is going to require surgery.
As smart as he ...
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