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These are the unofficial times

SS Hanza Abdula 6'2" 214 Wash St 4.69, 4.68

SS Justin Beriault 6'3" 204 Ball ST 4.61, 4.61

SS Jamal Brimmer 6'1" 216 UNLV 4.83, 4.82

SS Jerome Carter 5'11" 220 Florida ST 4.53, 4.59

CB Ronald Bartell 6'1" 211 Howard 4.45, 4.45

CB Brandon Browner 6'3" 221 Oregon ST 4.69

CB Nick Collins 5'11" 188 Bethune-Cookman 4.47, 4.50

CB Marcus Curry 5'11" 181 Michigan 4.64, 4.63

CB Travis Daniel 6'1" 194 LSU 4.61

CB Abraham Eliminian 5'10" 190 Hawaii 4.69, 4.73

CB Dustin Fox 5'11" 190 Ohio St 4.54, 4.47

CB Dominique Foxworth 5'11" 184 Maryland 4.49, 4.41

CB Eric Green 5'11" 188 Virg Tech 4.59, 4.62

CB Daven Holly 5'10" 192 Cincinnati 4.45, 4.48

CB Marlin Jackson 6'1" 198 Michigan 4.59

CB Derrick Johnson 5'11" 197 Washington 4.51

CB Eric King 5'8" 189 Wake Forest 4.52

S Josh Bullocks 6'0" 209 Nebraska 4.59

S James Butler 6'2" 213 Georgia Tech 4.60

S Shawn Considine 6'0" 212 Iowa 4.57

S Ben Emanual 6'3" 213 UCLA 4.62, 4.62

S Aarron Fransisco 6'2" 211 BYU 4.81

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Does anyone still want Brimmer and his 4.8 40's? That is pathetic. There are lineman who are faster.

Yeah that is slow. The most impressive physical specimen imho was Jerome Carter FLorida ST. Very muscular and cut body and good time for his size.

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Wow, Browner's time really jumped out at me too lag.

Where these guys wearing army boots when they ran?

Well his only shot at being a first rounder was by being a workout warrior and it's hard to do that when your workouts are complete crap.

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I wonder if that was just Group A. Anyone know if Rogers and Miller are running? I wouldn't be surprised if alot of the big names pretend to have hamstring pulls this afternoon to get out of running after seeing what Group A did. Damn.

I think there was an earlier group that ran. Not 100% sure though. I do know that Pac Man Jones elected not to run.

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Thanks a ton Sherry....Have wachted it half a$$ today and tought I was, perhaps, spreading False info on Browner...

I was right--almost a 4.7...

I'm glad Aaron Fransico ran the 4.81---I thought it was the safety from Iowa, who we've been saying has better than average speed for a SS.

Average 40 time for SS' AT 2004 combine: 4.61

Average 40 time for CB's AT 2004 combine: 4.51

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I think there was an earlier group that ran. Not 100% sure though. I do know that Pac Man Jones elected not to run.

Smart move by Pac Man.

In his situation, all he could do is hurt himself by running and turning in a poor time.

Hell, his poor time probably beats all the other times of the CB's. :lol:

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Thanks a ton Sherry....Have wachted it half a$$ today and tought I was, perhaps, spreading False info on Browner...

I was right--almost a 4.7...

I'm glad Aaron Fransico ran the 4.81---I thought it was the safety from Iowa, who we've been saying has better than average speed for a SS.

Average 40 time for SS' AT 2004 combine: 4.61

Average 40 time for CB's AT 2004 combine: 4.51

Glad I could help. I'm just paying you back for helping me yesterday though. I didn't watch much yesterday.

BTW, those are the official height and weight per NFL Network.

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Top 5 LB times

Robert McCune Louisville 4.51

Adam Seward UNLV 4.60

Derrick Johnson Texas 4.65

Demarcus Ware Troy 4.65

Michael Boley Southern Miss 4.66

The most impressive was Ware. Apparently showed up heavy enough to play OLB in a 3-4 or DE in a 4-3 but fast enough to finish in the top 5 among LB. Looks and plays like the next J Abe. Very impressive pass rush showing at the senior bowl in practice verse top tackles.

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I remember watching Eric Green and that guy can flat-out play. Since the odds of the Jets drafting a corner in the 1st round just went down, I wouldn't mind giving Green a look in the third or fourth round.

He IS faster than Brandon Browner, after all.

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Thanks again RSherry...got keep my responses short today, but I don't have time to post much...

Can we some of your numbers on our draftblog?...You got a few we missed...

BTY, I linked a story about McCune last night---never knew he was 26 year old, who spent 3 years in the army overseas...

Check you PM RSherry, I'll send you some draft stuff I can't post publicly...

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Thanks again RSherry...got keep my responses short today, but I don't have time to post much...

Can we some of your numbers on our draftblog?...You got a few we missed...

BTY, I linked a story about McCune last night---never knew he was 26 year old, who spent 3 years in the army overseas...

Check you PM RSherry, I'll send you some draft stuff I can't post publicly...

Absolutly you can post it all.

Anything I can add would be great. I love this draft stuff.

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