Injuries, speed concerns for top TEs
Top tight end prospects must prove their health and athleticism at combine
The tight end class comes to the 2010 combine with a lot of questions to answer.
Oklahoma's Jermaine Gresham and Arizona's Rob Gronkowski are atop our rankings but neither played a down in 2009 because of injury. Gresham is coming off a knee injury and scouts want to know whether he has the same athleticism and fluidity that made him a seam-stretcher in the passing game, and Gronkowski must prove he has not lost his top-end speed. Both will have to prove they can shake off the rust and return to form to maintain their first- and second-round grades, respectively.
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