Okung ran the 40-yard dash and did several other pass-protection and change-of-direction drills before sustaining an injury, which a combine official described as minor.
A trainer tended to Okung, who went through a variety of stretching and resistance tests on a training table before he walked off carrying a bag of ice. He didn’t take part in high jump, broad jump, shuttle or three-cone drills after being hurt.
Okung had performed well, bench pressing 225 pounds 38 times, running the 40-yard dash in 5.17 seconds and looking very athletic in position-related drills.
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