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Cumberland Stands Out At Akron Combine

Jeff Cumberland

Columbus Brookhaven tight end Jeff Cumberland was among the top performers at Saturday's combine at the University of Akron. Cumberland was among 150 prospects who came from 11 different states and the District of Columbia to participate. Click this link for details on Cumberland's day as well as other highlights from this special event.

Columbus Brookhaven tight end Jeff Cumberland was the talk of Saturday's combine at the University of Akron. The 6-5, 225-pound Cumberland turned 40-yard dash times of 4.47 seconds and 4.48 seconds. His time of 7.2 seconds in the NFL L-cone drill was also dazzling. Cumberland's 40-yard times were among the fastest recorded at the camp. They were run on the turf indoor practice field at... Recommended Stories

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