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15 Most Athletic Freaks in NFL Combine History

The greatest athletes in the history of the "Underwear Olympics"
The greatest athletes in the history of the "Underwear Olympics"

The NFL Scouting Combine (Feb. 22-25) is crossing the finish line on another so-called “Underwear Olympics.” The Combine is just one step in the job interview process leading up to the 2014 NFL Draft (May 8-10). But make no mistake, millions of dollars are on the line during the 40-yard dash, bench press, vertical leap, broad jump, cone drills, Wonderlic test and BOD Pod tests.

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10 Most Athletic Freaks in NFL Combine History

The fastest quarterback in Combine history, Robert Griffin III stole the show last year.
<p> 10 Most Athletic Freaks in NFL Combine History, including Bo Jackson, Tony Mandarich, Vernon Davis, Mike Mamula, Robert Griffin III, Chris Johnson, Deion Sanders, Calvin Johnson, J.J. Watt and Vernon Gholston.</p>

The NFL Scouting Combine (Feb. 20-26) is just one step in the job interview process leading up to the NFL Draft (April 25-27). But the “Underwear Olympics” is a big deal. Millions of dollars are on the line during the 40-yard dash, bench press, vertical leap, broad jump, cone drills, Wonderlic and BOD Pod tests.

Here’s a look at 10 workout warriors who aced their tests at the Combine.

Dontari Poe Has Best Performance at Combine

Rich Eisen runs 40, Deion Sanders critiques defensive backs, Dontari Poe steals the show.
<p> Rich Eisen runs the 40-yard dash, Deion Sanders critiques defensive backs but Memphis 350-pound nose tackle Dontari Poe steals the show at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.</p>

After Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III wowed scouts over the weekend, Memphis nose tackle Dontari Poe stole the show at the NFL Scouting Combine when the defensive prospects took to the field-turf at Lucas Oil Stadium on Monday and Tuesday.

Dallas Cowboys’ Problem Is Tony Romo

Jerry Jones, Dirk are wrong, Chris Cooley, Deion are right about Cowboys' Tony Romo.
<p> Jerry Jones and Dirk Nowitzki are wrong, Chris Cooley, Deion Sanders and Drew Pearson are right about Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, who has a 3-7 record over the past two seasons and several high-profile collapses in recent weeks.</p>

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It’s time for the Dallas Cowboys to look in the mirror and be honest: Tony Romo is the problem.

Deion Sanders' Hall of Fame Speech

Prime Time remixed his “Must Be The Money” mantra during his Hall of Fame speech.
<p> <span><span>Deion Sanders remixed his “Must Be The Money” mantra during his Hall of Fame speech.</span></span></p>

Deion Sanders remixed his “Must Be The Money” mantra one last time during his Pro Football Hall of Fame induction speech on Saturday night.