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February 20, 2008

Combine chatter

-- Oklahoma Sooners wide receiver Malcolm Kelly, regarded by some as the top receiver in the draft, will not run at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. Kelly's agent said on Sirius NFL Radio that his client is still limited by a leg contusion he suffered in the Fiesta Bowl.

   The receivers workout on Sunday at the RCA Dome. There is a chance Kelly, a Longview native, could also be available when the Cowboys pick at No. 22. His strengths include size (6-4, 218) and excellent hands. NFL teams will have to wait to see his time in the 40-yard dash. That will likely come at the Oklahoma Pro Day on March 11.

-- Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones and coach Wade Phillips will be headed to the combine on Friday.

_ Rick Herrin

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Kelly will likely go at #21 to the Redskins. Who, more than anyone, need a BIG sure handed WR. And Kelly will fit that bill for them.

I would hope to see Talib at #22 and with some help Kelly at #28. But don't think we have a prayer of that happening.

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