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- Aug 1, 1997
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- Lafayette, LA
Tommy Deas / Tuscaloosa News
MOBILE | No player saw his stock drop more dramatically at the Senior Bowl than Hawaii quarterback Colt Brennan.
The record-setting passer, who threw 131 career touchdown passes, didn’t even make it through the weigh-in without losing stature, both literally and in the eyes of National Football League scouts. Brennan was measured at just a shade over 6-foot-2, nearly a full inch under his listed height. More startling was Brennan’s weight when he came in at just 186 pounds, blaming a stomach flu virus for a drop of 15 pounds below his listed playing weight in college.
Brennan also had problems in practice. One of his first passes flew high over the head of an intended receiver into a crowd of coaches standing well off the sidelines. His over-the-middle passes were also often del ivered too tall for receivers, and a lot of his longer throws floated. Full Story – Newshttp://www.tuscaloosanews.com/article/20080127/NEWS/322190505/0/SPORTS4