Bills head coach Doug Marrone said on Saturday that he was “very comfortable” with the speed they have at the receiver position right now. Just hours after making that statement however, the Bills signed one of the fastest undrafted wideouts in the country.
Buffalo signee Terrell Sinkfield, an undrafted rookie out of Northern Iowa, reportedly ran a 4.19 40-time at the University of Minnesota pro day. We passed it along to Bills fans the day it happened back in March. His first 40 time was a 4.27, which would match Buffalo’s Marquise Goodwin. After clocking the 4.19 on his second attempt, NFL clubs made him run a third 40 to legitimize the eye-popping time. Problem was Sinkfield stumbled on his third attempt… and ran a 4.41, which is what T.J. Graham ran at the NFL Combine.
Sinkfield isn’t just a go-route guy. He fights for the ball in traffic, catches the ball well outside his body frame, has great feet along the sidelines and end lines and ran a good number of crossing routes. He played at a lower level of college ball, but he’s been in the NFL setting having signed after the draft with Miami and later Green Bay. Here’s a closer look at Sinkfield’s 4.19 40.
Tags: Marques Goodwin, T.J. Graham, Terrell Sinkfield
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