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The Prospect That Left The NFL Combine Because God Told Him To Is Missing, And It’s Not Funny Anymore
A guy left the NFL combine because God told him he’d be a Seahawk. Funny! Now he’s missing. Not funny.
You knew that Rich Eisen is much slower than the fastest dude at the combine. But you still won’t be able to stop watching them run against each other.
More specifically, Barstool Sports founder-in-chief David Portnoy, who has studied its subtleties, cross referenced the visual data with his own personal experience, and rendered a judgement: “Don’t rock a boner at the combine.”
Some running back is actively hurting his draft stock by leaving the combine… because he says God told him to. Oh.
As far as NFL Combine press conferences go, this one was pretty special. Rocking a rainbow button given to him by a fan at a basketball game, the first openly gay pro football prospect weathered some pretty heavy questioning. Watch the full video, inside…
Roger Goodell Has To Call The New York Attorney General About That ‘Do You Like Girls?’ Combine Question
Today we are going to look at the biggest winners at the 2013 NFL Combine, and see how their outstanding performances will impact their rookie seasons in Fantasy Football.
Just in case you were wondering how LeBron James would fare with the incoming NFL draft class at this week’s combine, he offered up his own insight for you, including a 40-time he ran as recently as last summer, which would put some notable non-imaginary draft prospects to shame. According to James, he ran the 40-yard dash time in a respectable 4.6 seconds.
Ryan Swope ran a 4.34 in the 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine. He’s a white receiver. That shouldn’t happen, according to the highly-stereotyped NFL.com prospect profiles. An investigation, after the jump.