One of the jewels in a deep running back class will not be working out for the remainder of the NFL Scouting Combine.
NFL Doctors found that Texas running back D'Onta Foreman has a slight stress fracture in his foot, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Friday. While Foreman won't participate in any of the remaining drills in Indianapolis for precautionary reasons, the 233-pound bruiser should be ready to roll at UT's pro day on March 28.
Foreman did 18 reps in the bench press on Thursday. That was tied for the 13th-highest among all running backs in this year's class, with Oklahoma's Samaje Perine leading the way with 30.
He had a whopping 2,028 rushing yards this past campaign on 323 totes, leading the FBS with 184.4 rushing yards per contest in 2016.