Romanowski made an interesting comment regarding the speed or lack of regarding Terrell Suggs
. Romo's comments came on the heels of Mark Schereths tirade about how useless 40 times were and how the only guy running a 40 on the field is a guy lining up for a field goal. Romo countered what Schereth said and while he agreed that 40 times were overrated, he brought up that not only were Terrell Suggs 40 times slow, but the most alarming thing were how slow his first 10 and 15 yard times were as well.
Romo said that it wasn't a coincidence that Terrell Suggs ran well when he weighed 240 pounds and couldn't run well at 257 pounds which still is small for a defensive end. He said the best thing happened to Terrell Suggs that he was drafted by a team that will experiment and use his as a 3-4 linebacker. His playing weight should be 240-245 and that is a problem when you are playing a full time d-end position in a 4-3 defense and regularly going against 340 lb., quick offensive tackles.
Jon Jansen also chimed in that he noticed quite a few things about Suggs that worked at the college level but would not work at the NFL level.