INDIANAPOLIS — Saturday marks the biggest day at the 2018 NFL combine, with the marquee group of quarterbacks taking the field to show off their arms, and the wide receivers and tight ends working out.
Getting all but one of the top signal-callers throwing in Indianapolis was quite the treat for everyone in attendance.
The defensive linemen and linebackers are meeting with the media, and the defensive backs weighed in early in the morning.
Here are my biggest takeways from the workouts for the quarterbacks and wide receivers.
Josh Allen, Wyoming. Allen ran an official 4.75 40-yard dash, which was the third-fastest time among the quarterbacks. In the throwing drills, he was slow in his drops on a few reps but let it rip often, particularly on the out-breaking routes and didn’t have the same accuracy problems we saw at the Senior Bowl. I didn’t love his deep-ball touch, yet he was surprisingly accurate at the short and intermediate levels. In general, the combine is an event made for Allen.
Luke Falk, Washington State. Erratic on a variety of his passes, Falk needed to show pinpoint accuracy to counter any concerns about his lesser arm and the gadget system he operated in college. Instead, he really struggled with ball location.
(Important note on the rest of the quarterbacks: Josh Rosen, Article source: https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/news/2018-nfl-combine-results-josh-allen-d-j-chark-mike-gesicki-shine-on-workout-day/
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