Griffin Believes He Was Even Faster At Combine

WACO, Texas (AP) – Robert Griffin was able to impress teams and scouts without throwing a pass at the NFL combine.

Photos: 2012 NFL Combine

There was his official time of 4.41 seconds in the 40-yard dash, fastest among quarterbacks, and the Heisman Trophy winner believes he ran even faster. And there were interviews with at least eight teams, including the Indianapolis Colts, who have the No. 1 draft pick.

“I think I was able to go out there and affirm to the scouts how athletic I am, or impress them even more,” Griffin said Monday. “I was able to show people that I am as advertised. I’m a good guy, I like to make people laugh. I can’t remember a meeting I didn’t go in and we weren’t laughing.

“You go there and do what you’re supposed to do, create a buzz for yourself,” he said.


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    Talking Through Your Hat

    To talk nonsense in order to lie. c1885. a job interview on the planet entitled “How About White Shirts”, a reporter asked a brand new York streetcar conductor what he considered efforts to find the conductors to wear white shirts like their counterparts in Chicago. “Dey’re talkin’ tru deir hats” he was quoted as replying.]

    Eating Your Hat

    There is no such thing like a sure thing, but that is where this expression comes from. Should you tell someone you’ll eat your hat if they make a move, make sure you aren’t wearing your best hat-just just in case. expression goes back at least to the reign of Charles II of Great Britain coupled with something related to the amorous proclivities of ‘ol Charlie. Apparently they named a goat after him which had his same love of life including, in the goat’s case, eating hats.]

    Old Hat

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    Mad Like a Hatter

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    Hat In Hand

    An exhibition of humility. For instance, “I come hat in hand” implies that I come in deference or perhaps in weakness. think that the origins are from feudal instances when serfs or any lower people in feudal society was required to take off their hats in the presence of the lord or monarch (recall the Dr. Seuss book “The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins”?). A hat is the most prideful adornment.]

    Pass The Hat

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