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February 27, 2012 at 8:42 AM

Monday links

The NFL Combine continues today with workouts for defensive linemen, a group that includes Alameda Ta’amu.

Ta’amu did 35 reps in the bench press on Sunday, which ranked tied for seventh among DLs. Ta’amu just recorded a 5.34 40 as I write this up.

Danny O’Neil has a wrapup of Sunday’s events, including the 40 times for Chris Polk and Jermaine Kearse. NEPatriotsDraft.com has fairly positive assessment of Polk’s day Draft expert Rob Rang says Kearse didn’t hurt himself with his performance.

IN OTHER NEWS. …

Jon Wilner has some reaction to the Oregon-NCAA news of the weekend (last item).

Bruce Feldman of CBSSports.com with some thoughts on enigmatic LB Vontaze Burfict. Ted Miller also weighs in on Burfict, who likely didn’t help himself a whole lot with his Combine media session.

— Rivals.com lists 13 highly-rated recruiting classes that fizzled.

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