One top player bucking the trend of skipping combine workouts was Iowa tackle Robert Gallery, who ran an impressive 4.95 in the 40 and did the strength and agility tests in front of a big throng on Saturday. "I have nothing to hide," said Gallery, who's projected to be a top five pick. "Every coach and NFL personnel guy in the league is here, so why not do it in front of everybody if you're healthy?"
What a contrast between Gallery and Clarett, whose attitude puzzled Buffalo Bills general manager Tom Donahoe. "Why is he not prepared to work out?" Donahoe said. "What's he been doing for the last year? It's ridiculous." Regardless of how much of that waistline jiggle Clarett can firm up and how much of his image he can polish, he'll probably be on the outside of the first round looking in come April 24. The scouts and coaches didn't see enough of him in Indianapolis and weren't much impressed with what they did see.