In what has become an annual tradition, the NFL Network's Rich Eisen ran the 40-yard dash in his suit and tie on Tuesday.
The good news? He tied his personal best with the help of deer antler spray and the advice of "Leon Sandcastle". The bad news? He still ran a 6.03.
Eisen first began running the dash in 2005, when co-worker and former NFL running back Terrell Davis challenged Eisen to the run. He has steadily improved over the years despite the fact that he's getting older. But that still doesn't mean he's ready to be drafted. Here he is in comparison to current draft prospects Geno Smith, Chance Warmack and Manti Te'o.
Te'o doesn't look so slow now, does he?
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