Michigan defensive lineman Chris Wormley said Saturday at the NFL combine in Indianapolis that he sustained a hamstring injury and will be limited in physical testing.
“I had a little hamstring injury about two weeks ago,” said Wormley, who has been training in California. “I tried to get it to where it should have been and it’s just not where it’s at right now.”
Wormley speaks with reporters at 2017 NFL Combine
Wormley said he will go through a full workout at Michigan’s pro day March 24.
Wormley is projected to be a second- or third-round pick in several mock drafts.
Wormley isn’t the only player from Michigan who will be limited at the combine. Tight end Jake Butt is recovering from reconstructive ACL surgery in his right knee and said Friday that he will not do any physical testing at the combine. Running back De’Veon Smith said Saturday that he will not run the 40-yard dash due to an ankle injury.
U-M RB De'Veon Smith did not run at the combine Friday because of a minor ankle injury he's been dealing with. He will at Michigan's pro day
— Dave Birkett (@davebirkett) March 4, 2017