I found this while reading an article on ESPN.com about 49ers wide receiver Josh Morgan. It says:
[The part questioning Morgan's speed "triggered" something in him. Morgan reported spending extra time at the track with 49ers teammate and fellow Washington, D.C., native Vernon Davis, and Davis' younger brother, Miami Dolphins first-round choice Vontae Davis. Their trainer would make up workouts from hell.
They might run 10 100s in less than 12 seconds apiece, six 200s in less than 22 seconds each and two 400s in a time Morgan couldn't quite recall, other than to say it was less than 50 seconds.
"You start praying for your legs so you can walk to your car and get home after that workout," he said.]
Does anyone else think that workout sounds a bit exaggerated? Or do you think NFL receivers and tight ends could handle a workout like that? I mean, I could almost see a speedster like Devin Hester, Randy Moss, or Chris Johnson running a workout like that. Almost. But for a receiver who apparently doesn't have elite speed, that sounds ridiculous.