Found March 21, 2012 on Turfburner.com:
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Robert Griffin Doesn't Disappoint at Baylor's Pro DayNot that anybody should be surprised, but Robert Griffin put on a show for the scouts during Wednesday's pro day, likely the biggest ever held at Baylor.  All 32 teams were in attendance to see Griffin and his teammates work out and according to NFL.com's Gill Brandt, " I’ve never seen this many people at a pro day event. It looks like a small college game." Griffin completed 78 of 84 passes (51 of which were scripted) and that included four dropped balls on the day. No, there weren't defenders covering his receivers, but the accuracy is impressive nonetheless. The…
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