Badgers fail to impress scouts
Some of the premier defensive ends in the draft, including David Pollack and Erasmus James, had uninspiring workouts.
Editor's note: Part III of Todd McShay's Indianapolis combine report includes defensive ends and defensive tackles.
INDIANAPOLIS The RCA Dome was noticeably quieter Monday as the 2005 NFL scouting combine started winding down. As of 9 a.m., all 333 prospects had been measured, poked and prodded by physicians and administered the league-standard taped interviews. Those that elected to participate in the 225-pound bench press also had done so. The rest of the day was dedicated to tight ends and defensive linemen running 40-yard dashes and completing their agility and position drills.
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