Kevin Koger put up 21 repetitions but didn't run the forty due to a "tweaked hamstring." He still participated in a few drills and caught passes from Cincinnati Bengal Bruce Gradkowski.
Steve Watson ran a 4.6 second forty, which "shocked" even him. "Things are looking up," he said, presumably talking about his chances of making an NFL roster.
Mark Huyge put on 16 pounds of reportedly good weight and now tips the scales at 311 lbs.
Martin, Hemingway and Molk didn't participate in very many drills because of their impressive Combine performances and, in Molk's case, because of a nagging injury.
Update: According to Devin Gardner's Twitter, Kelvin Grady ran a 4.41 forty, registered a 38 inch vertical and a "4 nothin" shuttle.