NASHVILLE – The combine has wrapped up and we are left to marvel at some ridiculous numbers posted by prospects. 

Baylor receiver Tyquan Thornton’s Thursday 4.28 second 40 is old news, usurped by Georgia defensive tackle Jordan Davis’ 4.78 at 341 pounds.

A.J. Brown

It’s good TV and conversation, but it’s not the end-all-be-all. You’ve heard that before and you’ll hear it again but it’s March 7 and it’s hard for football diehards not to get swept up in it right now.

I thought it’d be an interesting time to look at what some Titans did at the combine in comparison to the top numbers we just saw.

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