BERKELEY -- Every NFL team was represented on Friday at California Memorial Stadium, as former Bears quarterback Jared Goff took the field to throw to his sextet of draft-eligible receivers -- Kenny Lawler, Trevor Davis, Stephen Anderson, Bryce Treggs, Darius Powe and Maurice Harris -- and tailback Daniel Lasco.
After taking snaps from mainly under-center, and several shotgun snaps, Goff also threw wet balls at the behest of several NFL general managers.
Head coaches Hue Jackson and Chip Kelly were both in attendance. Jackson's Browns pick second, and are in need of a quarterback. They are also considering Carson Wentz. Kelly's San Francisco 49ers have a rocky relationship with current signal-caller Colin Kaepernick, and pick seventh, overall, in May's NFL Draft.
"I just met them at the combine, talking over text or over the phone, that's about it," Goff said of the 49ers and Browns. He does not have workouts scheduled with either.
Thean who doused the we balls was Brown coach Pep Hamilton.
"Growing up in California, they probably wanted to see that, and that makes sense," Goff said. "At the same time, I've played in cold weather before, and I wouldn't be the first quarterback to go from California to cold weather. I think Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers are doing pretty well. They've been able to do it."
As for playing for the 49ers, his childhood favorite team?
"It'd be great; it'd be a really cool thing," Goff said. "Growing up a fan of them, it'd be awesome, but at the same time, I'd be more than happy to be anywhere."
Goff's hands -- the subject of much conversation at the NFL Scouting Combine -- measured 9 1/8 inches -- 1/8 of an inch bigger than the Combine. Goff joked that they used a new measuring tape "for small-handed people."