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Floyd helps his draft position with a speedy 40-yard dash at NFL Combine

Wide receivers were among the players running through drills at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis on Sunday. 16 receivers sped through the 40-yard dash at 4.45 seconds or fewer. Minnesota native and Notre Dame star Michael Floyd ran his 40-yard dash in an impressive, 4.47 seconds.
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Wide receivers were among the players running through drills at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis on Sunday. 16 receivers sped through the 40-yard dash at 4.45 seconds or fewer. Minnesota native and Notre Dame star Michael Floyd ran his 40-yard dash in an impressive, 4.47 seconds.

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