Despite all the robot jokes we've surely pedaled on this very website, Metcalf provided us with one final reason to be impressed with his combine performance: the dude is humble.
Also Sunday, Alabama D-lineman Quinnen Williams ran a 4.83 40-yard dash.
On Sunday, Sweat ran a record-setting time of 4.41 seconds (for defensive linemen) in the 40-yard dash in front of National Football League coaches, general managers, and scouts.
Collier fits best in a 4-3 defense but could be a versatile player for the Rams.
Sweat met with the Dolphins earlier this week at the combine, where he briefly met new coach Brian Flores and spoke mainly to defensive line coach Marion Hobby. A 4.41 40-yard dash would make Sweat, who had 22.5 sacks and 30 tackles for loss in two seasons as Mississippi State, the eighth-fastest wide receiver at this year's Combine. Beckham, for one, noticed Sweat's time.
All three of the players mentioned above would add an even greater spark to a Broncos edge group that features Von Miller and Bradley Chubb.
Campbell's top time was unofficially one-hundredth of a second faster than his former teammate, Browns cornerback Denzel Ward, who was last year's top sprinter among defensive backs at 4.32 seconds.
Sunday: Defensive linemen and linebackers take the field for on-field workouts.
"I had identified Thornhill as a safety to watch in Lions Wires safety preview and he started the day with some serious explosion, elevating 44" in the vertical jump and clearing 11-9 in the broad jump. Both of those numbers were among the best of the day for defensive ends.