We have the rarest of rare finds: a KC Chiefs assistant coach being quoted in the media. That doesn't happen very often. Perhaps new special teams quality control coach Derius Swinton doesn't know the drill. (Actually the Chiefs are getting better about that so I'm being a little unfair.)
Swinton was quoted by the Daytona Beach News-Journal at the Bethune-Cookman pro day when he was asked about how the players did that day.
"Numbers are numbers. You don't really know anything until you can see the film on them," said Kansas City Chiefs special teams assistant Derius Swinton.
Defensive end Ryan Davis looks like the only potentially draft-able player at the pro day, according to the scouting reports. He also worked out at The U's pro day earlier this month and has had workouts with the Arizona Cardinals and New England Patriots.
Unofficially, the 6-foot-2 1/2, 259-pound Davis was timed at 4.75 seconds in the 40-yard dash Friday, had 21 bench-press repetitions of 225 pounds and reached 33 inches in the vertical jump and 9 feet, 9 inches in the broad jump.