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February 27, 2011 at 12:53 PM

More on Locker and the combine

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Figured I’d post a new entry with updated stories on Jake Locker’s performance today at the NFL Combine instead of continuing to try to revise the prior post. To the right if an AP photo of Locker during the passing drills today.

Danny O’Neil of our staff has an updated entry detailing Locker’s official 40 time of 4.59.

Rob Rang of NFLDraftScout.com says Locker helped himself.

— The Sporting News says Locker was fast enough but still needs to work on accuracy.

Matt Maiocco says Locker was the third-best of the QBs today.

— George WR A.J. Green says he thinks Locker answered a lot of questions today.

— Here are the official heights and weights for the QBs, showing Locker at 6 feet, two-and-a-half inches and 231 pounds.

— O’Neil also passed along this video of UW safety Nate Williams meeting the media today.

— Oregon State DT Stephen Paea set the all-time Combine record with 49 bench presses of 225 pounds.

All for now.

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