Full reports will be posted very soon.
Post Time 3:17 PM--TE
LJ Smith - Rutgers: Ran a pair of 4.6 range 40s
Aaron Walker - Florida: Also ran in the 4.6 range 40
Robert Johnson - Auburn: Good practice, barely broke 5.0 in the 40
George Wrighster - Oregon: Stood out in workouts, but did not run the 40's
Jason Witten - Tennessee: Did not run the 40, but looked very good in workouts.
Post Time 1:12 PM--QB ( second group )
Dave Ragone - Louisville: best session of any qb and may have landed in the first round.
Carson Palmer - USC: Threw well as per usual
Chris Simms - Texas: Showed Flashes, nothing consistent.
Brian St Pierre - Boston College: Showed spurts, like Simms nothing consistent.
Kareem Kelly - USC: Ran in the mid 4.4
Second session of WR's showed no speed at all.
J.R. Tolver - San Diego St.: Ran slower than most of the Qbs
Charles Rogers - Michigan State: No Workouts, No Nothing ........ and nothing planned at this time at the RCA dome.
Kelley Washington - Tennessee: Did not take part in "anything"
Post Time 11:08 AM--QB ( first group )
Rex Grossman - Florida: Not what scouts were expecting, just average session.
Ken Dorsey - Miami (FL): Average session, did not show anything special
Talman Gardner - Florida State - Inconsistent hands, not making a good impression.
Brandon Lloyd - Illinois: Still running slow, but catching the ball very well.
Anquan Boldin - Florida St: Another session, and another very poor performance
Teyo Johnson - Looking a step slow again, needs to pick the speed up for scouts to notice him.
Post Time 9:59 AM--WR ( first group )
Tyrone Calico - Middle Tennessee: clocked fastest, 4.33 ( mid) depending on who ran the watch.
Ryan Hoag - Gustavas College: Ran well and got noticed
Kevin Curtis - Utah St.: Worked out well
Brandon Lloyd - Illinois: Ran much slower than expected
Anquan Boldin - Florida St: Preformed Terribly
Andre Johnson - Miami ( FL ): Did not run
Teyo Johnson - Stanford: Did not run
Post Time 8:48 PM--LB ( first group )
Keyon Whiteside - Tennessee: 27 Reps at the press, trying to impress.
E.J. Henderson -Maryland: Lacked at the bench press, could only complete 20