February 27th 2014,
The graduated Baylor Bears who attended
this week’s NFL Combine had mixed results. Lache Seastrunk and Tevin
Reese had excellent jump results although their 40 times were slower
than hoped for. Offensive lineman Cyril Richardson was solid in his
testing but not spectacular. Players dont get told of many of their
results in Baylor off-season testing, usually only if they set a PR from
the previous year. Blake’s broad jump would have been good enough for
equal 5th amongst OL at the NFL combine out of 50 invitees at the
Sean has been a little bit ill over the last few days and will hopefully be 100% for first spring practice on the weekend.

February 22nd 2014,
in the final testing day before Spring practice Blake added to his
broad jump, now 9’2.5″ and also cut time in the 3 cone drill. This time
next week the Bears will be in helmets for non-contact drills with
Spring practice.

February 16th 2014,
The Baylor
football team continues to have weekly friday testing days. The coaches
dont release much information for the players but Blake had the fastest 3
cone drill of any OL or DT and jumped 9’1″ in the broad jump at 297lb.
No word on Sean’s results.
The Bears will have one more week of winter preparation and then start Spring practice.

February 12th 2014,
practice will start start very soon. The Bears will begin February
28th, have 5 practices and then have Spring break and before continuing
through to the Spring game on April 5th.
Its been cold again in Waco, down to 20 degrees fahrenheit at night time; makes for some interesting getting around on mopeds.

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