Dolphins general manager Chris Grier has suggested he would be influenced more by what happens in interviews than on the field during the NFL Combine.
Nevertheless, a few things that happened on the field – or during measurements – in Indianapolis recent days likely will affect Miami’s first round options.
Among those developments:
u25aa Any hopes that Mississippi State defensive end Montez Sweat would last to the 13th pick appear to have diminished after Sweat ran a 4.3 in the 40-yard dash, the fastest Combine time ever for a defensive end.
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“He’s gone from late first round to maybe the top 10,” ESPN’s Todd McShay said.