TCU linebacker Daryl Washington has a big month ahead of him.
The 6’2”, 230-pounder is scheduled to meet with the New York Jets, Arizona Cardinals, New Orleans Saints and Tennessee Titans over the next few weeks, Washington told me via text message Friday night.
Washington—who’s known for his speed and ability to track ball carriers sideline-to-sideline—turned some heads at TCU’s pro day on March 12 when he ran a 4.54 twice in the 40-yard-dash. The senior finished with the sixth-best 40 time among linebackers at the combine in February when he ran a 4.63.
Washington was named first-team All Mountain West in 2009 after completing a season in which he racked up 109 stops (68 solo), two sacks, three interceptions and a touchdown for the 12-1 Horned Frogs. He finished his four-year career at TCU with 219 tackles.
The senior linebacker has already met with the Atlanta Falcons, Miami Dolphins and Washington Redskins.
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