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CJ2K Holds Onto Combine’s Record in 40 for Now

Posted by Gary Glenn on February 24, 2013 – 1:31 pm

Chris JohnsonTitans running back Chris Johnson set the NFL Scouting Combine record by running a 4.24 in the 40-yard dash in 2008.

CJ2K will keep that record for now after Texas wide receiver Marques Goodwin came up a hair short, posting a 4.27 at Sunday’s timed event in Indianapolis.

“Proud to be standing strong,” Johnson texted NFL Network’s Scott Hanson after the official results came in.

West Virginia wide receiver Tavon Austin, Texas A&M wide receiver Ryan Swope and Auburn running back Onterio McCalebb all tied for second at 4.34 seconds.

Fastest 40-Yard Dashes at NFL Scouting Combine since 2002

4.24 – RB Chris Johnson (East Carolina) – 2008
4.27 – WR Marquise Goodwin (Texas) – 2013
4.28 – CB Demarcus Van Dyke (Miami, Fla.) – 2011
4.28 – WR Jacoby Ford (Clemson) – 2010
4.29 – CB D. Rodgers-Cromartie (Tennessee State) – 2008


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One Response to “CJ2K Holds Onto Combine’s Record in 40 for Now”

  1. By robert williams on Mar 10, 2013 | Reply

    we need to fix the o line they give CJ big money so give a fullback to run behind some good guards and a center to go with the great tackles we already have. Then go to plat action pass we already have the players in (Wright Washington Williams and maybe Britt if he gets his head right. How about Bennett at tight end.Flood the zone hit the open man this shit is not hard to do. Please lets get play hard play smart and get back to winning some games.

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