The buzz surrounding Terrell Sinkfield's blazing 40-yard dash has died down a bit since the former Northern Iowa receiver ran it in 4.19 seconds Monday at the University of Minnesota's pro day.
The last few days, though, have been "crazy" for Sinkfield.
Since roughly the time Sinkfield slowed to a stop Monday, his story was seemingly everywhere from ESPN's "SportsCenter" to ProFootballTalk.com to Deadspin.com to Forbes.com. Once the news spread, Sinkfield received "hundreds" of phone calls, text messages and tweets, more than he could count.
"It's been kind of crazy just seeing my name out everywhere, TV and all the newspapers everywhere," Sinkfield told FOXSportsNorth.com in a phone interview Thursday. "I've just been looking at it. It's been kind of surreal. I'm just getting back to working out and everything's starting to calm down now."
Pro athletes even took notice, including former NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson and Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson the latter ...