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LSU pass rusher Arden Key worked out at the NFL Combine over the weekend but chose not to run the 40-yard dash as his right knee injury is still bothering him.

Key measured in at the event at 6-6, 238-pounds and participated in the vertical jump (31.0 inches), the broad jump (117.0 inches), the 3 cone drill (7.16 seconds) and the 20-yard shuttle (4.25 seconds).

The Atlanta native plans to run the 40-yard dash at LSU Pro Day event on Wednesday, April 4th.

Here are some highlights from his performance at the Combine.

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Reply37 months
How you able to do all those other events with an injured right knee but not the 40?
Reply37 months
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