One of the most speculative stories to emerge this week, during the always speculative week before the NFL Draft, is that former Ohio State running back Chris “Beanie” Wells may have a sesmoid bone injury that is making teams hesitant to draft him. Learn more about sesamoiditis and turf toe in the latest edition of The Trainer’s Room.
The 40-yard dash may not be anywhere near a perfect predictor of future NFL success, but it is the glamour workout at the NFL Scouting Combine. See the 40 times from the 2009 NFL Scouting Combine and get links to other workout results and observations.
Ohio State running back Beanie Wells has decided to forego his senior season and go pro. Wells will enter the NFL draft as the fourth all-time leading rusher in Ohio State history, and does so with the blessing of head coach Jim Tressel. Now the question becomes: do the Cleveland Browns take the Ohio native and fan favorite at the top of the 2009 NFL draft?
Ohio State running back Beanie Wells will most likely go pro, despite his recent statements to the contrary. Assuming he does enter the 2009 NFL Draft, would Beanie Wells be a good choice for the Cleveland Browns in the top 5?
This weekend there is going to be a nail biter in East Lansing as Ohio State travels to Michigan State. The running backs will likely determine how close Tressel and Dantonio stay.