Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden had a less than memorable Senior Bowl performance, putting his draft stock into question.
Weeden completed four of his first five passes, but would connect on just one of his next four, with two being intercepted. He would finish 5-of-9 for 56 yards and two picks.
Many experts already had Weeden's draft expectancy as a second or third rounder because of his age (28). His showing in Senior Bowl practices had strengthened that.
But, with his performance Sunday, he's going to need a good showing at the NFL Combine to bounce back.
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