2020 NFL combine results: Live updates, draft workouts, 40-yard dash times for Isaiah Simmons, DLs and LBs – CBS,

2020 NFL combine results: Live updates, draft workouts, 40-yard dash times for Isaiah Simmons, DLs and LBs – CBS,


NFL combine workouts are underway, with the quarterbacks, receivers and tight ends putting on a show on Thursday before Jonathan Taylor and Tristan Wirfs led the way for the running backs and offensive linemen on Friday . Next up are the front-seven defenders, including defensive linemen, edge rushers and linebackers.

For the first time ever, the on-field workouts, including the – – yard dash, are being broadcast in prime time. Saturday’s coverage starts at 4 p.m. ET with the defensive linemen, then the linebackers take the stage at around 7 p.m. ET. You can watch on NFL Network or stream on fuboTV ( Try for free ).

We’ll be following along with all the action in our live blog below, where you can find times, highlights and analysis from Indianapolis. We’ll also update this space with the notable – yard dash times once they become official.

(Notable official) – yard dash times

LB Isaiah Simmons: 4.

LB Willie Gay Jr .: 4. 51

LB Davion Taylor: 4. LB Patrick Queen: 4. LB Shaun Bradley:

LB Kenneth Murray:

LB Jordyn Brooks: 4.

LB Zack Baun: 4. EDGE James Smith-Williams: 4.

EDGE Jabari Zuniga : 4.
EDGE Alton Robinson: (4). EDGE Alex Highsmith: 4.

EDGE DJ Wonnum: 4.

EDGE Derrek Tuszka: 4. 86

EDGE AJ Epenesa: 5. (DL Davis: 4.

DL Neville Gallimore: 4.

DL Carlos Davis: 4 . DL Justin Madiubuike: 4.

(DL DL Malcolm Roach: 4.) (DL DL Ross Blalock: 4. 248
DL Robert Windsor: 4. (DL Marlon Davidson: 5.) DL Derrick Brown: 5.



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Looks like we’re wrapping up the Saturday coverage. We’ll be back tomorrow at 2 p.m. ET to break down the defensive backs. Thanks for joining us!     

I know this was a while ago, but we had linebackers run sub 4.6 in the 50. That’s wild.     

Temple’s Shaun Bradley has looked good in drills tonight. He also ran a good time in the – – yard dash.     

Baun looking good in the backpedal moving in space. Some question on whether he’s an edge or a linebacker, but he looks like the latter to me today.     

David Woodward makes a tough, leaping catch after showing good change of direction.




I might have to go back to the tape this week on Colorado LB Davion Taylor and Minnesota LB Carter Coughlin. I didn’t see that speed from Coughlin.     

, Chris mentioned Greenard below. His name has started attaining more buzz lately. Do not be surprised if you start hearing his name in Day 2 conversation moving forward.


Jacob Phillips with a solid job on his first on-field drill. Looked very fluid backpedaling, then charging forward and making the catch.     


Seeing quite a few drops during this first LB on-field drill.


Jonathan Greenard from Florida finished second among defensive linemen in the three cone at 7. 30     

First look at Anfernee Jennings after he skipped the . He dropped the potential pick-six.     

Three-cone times are in for defensive line. Derrek Tuska from North Dakota State the top time at 6. . Only defensive linemen under seven seconds.     

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I really liked David Woodward’s instincts and ability to get off blocks but his lack of speed will hurt him through this process. Over the past five years, 39 linebackers have been named All-Pro by at least one outlet. Only two of those players ran slower than a 4.7 in the – yard dash.     

Boo, no Simmons in the drills either. If Murray and Queen are out with injury, that gives some guys the opportunity to step up and own this part of the night.


(Unofficial) times for the linebackers: (Joe Bachie – 4. (Zack Baun – 4.) | 4. (
Francis Bernard – 4.

4. Daniel Bituli – 4. 4. Shaun Bradley – 4. | 4.

Jordyn Brooks – 4. 4. Cam Brown – 4.) 4. (Nick Coe – 4.) 4. Carter Coughlin – 4. 4.

Michael Divinity Jr. 4- 250 4. (Cale Garrett – 4.) 4. Willie Gay Jr. 4- 53 | 4.

De’Jon Harris – 4. 75 4. (Malik Harrison – 4.) | 4.
Khaleke Hudson – 4.

4. (Azur Kamara 4) 4.

Kenneth Murray – 4.

Dante Olson – 4. 4. Jacob Phillips – 4. 4. (Shaquille Quarterman – 4.) | 4.

(Patrick Queen – 4.) 4.

(Chapelle Russell 4)

4. (
Isaiah Simmons – 4.
Justin Strnad – 4. 80 | 4.

(Davion Taylor – 4.) 4. (Casey Toohill – 4.) 4.

Mykal Walker – 4. 4.
Evan Weaver – 4. 84 | 4. (Logan Wilson – 4.)
David Woodward 4- 90 4.     

(David Woodward: (I 4.)     

Evan Weaver: 4. (I 4.)


Mykal Walker: 4. (I 4.)     

Casey Toohill: 4. (I 4.)     

Davion Taylor:

(I 4.)


Justin Strnad: 4. (I 4.) ()     

Kenneth Murray is firmly in the first round for me. Patrick Queen would likely be there as well but I have some concerns with his ability to get players to the ground. He was a little heavier at the weigh-in than expected, which should help that narrative moving forward. Isaiah Simmons is obviously a unicorn.     

It’s a 4. . for Russell.


Chapelle Russell : 4. (I 6.) (2nd time does not appear to be right)     

Wow , a big time for Queen. But he grabbed his left leg after the finish. Would be devastating for us if we don’t get to see Murray or Queen the rest of the night.     

Patrick Queen: 4. (I 4.)     

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