View Full Version : Pro Day workout schedules

Kaiser Toro
02-18-2009, 08:24 AM
In between the combine and the NFL Draft, NFL coaches and personnel -- not to mention the prospects themselves -- turn their attention to the various college "pro day" workouts. These are not as all-encompassing as the combine, but they are important enough for the key decision-makers in the league to travel around the country for more than a month to see the talent up close and personal. NFL.com's Gil Brandt has his sources at each of these workouts and will update this pro day scouting report as they happen.

Schools will be added as their schedule dates become available.

All of these dates are subject to change.


Nice chart via the link

03-11-2009, 12:28 AM

Houston Eight

15 46, 77, 108 & 118, 144, 175 , 206

04-01-2009, 08:13 PM
Fast Times At USC
Posted by Aaron Wilson on April 1, 2009, 5:42 p.m.
The much-anticipated USC Pro Day workout that is the center of the NFL universe today has been headlined by some good 40-yard dash times, according to Mike Mayock of NFL.com.

Mayock reports that linebacker Clay Matthews ran a 4.57 in the 40-yard dash with linebackers Brian Cushing and Kaluka Maiava turning in 4.68 times, respectively.

Defensive end Kyle Moore was clocked in 4.76 seconds with wide receiver Patrick Turner turning in a 4.63 effort.

Quarterback Mark Sanchez didnít run the 40-yard dash, and linebacker Rey Maualuga is scheduled to run his 40-yard dash later today.

As for the roll call of NFL brass with 30 of the 32 teams represented, here are a few of the bigger names in attendance: Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt, San Francisco 49ers coach Mike Singletary, Minnesota Vikings coach Brad Childress and personnel chief Rick Spielman, New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton, Detroit Lions coach Jim Schwartz and General Manager Martin Mayhew, Cardinals General Manager Rod Graves, Green Bay Packers General Manager Ted Thompson and the New Orleans Saintsí Mickey Loomis.

Plus, Cardinals owner Bill Bidwill is in the house.

The Houston Texans and the Denver Broncos are reportedly the only teams not in attendance.

Can you say smoke screen!!!