Posted March 13, 2013 on
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Alabama's pro day was mostly about the big men.
Linemen Chance Warmack, D.J. Fluker and Jesse Williams were among those working out for NFL officials Wednesday in the Crimson Tide's indoor facility while Barrett Jones did repetitions on the bench press.
Two projected first-round picks watched from the sidelines. Cornerback Dee Milliner had a sling on his right arm after undergoing surgery to repair a torn labrum following the NFL combine.
Tailback Eddie Lacy still hasn't worked out for NFL teams after injuring a hamstring running the 40 while training in Florida before the combine. He says he'll work out at a future pro day in Tuscaloosa.
Fluker and Warmack also are expected to be first-rounders. They had some big collisions holding a pad for each other in blocking drills.
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