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Drake Maye Was His Authentic Self at the 2024 NFL Combine—and the NFL Liked It


Familiar faces helped execute his plan at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. His first meeting was with the Atlanta Falcons. Quarterbacks coach , an old Tar Heel quarterback, was there waiting for him. With Yates asking the questions, Maye easily and naturally loosened up and, as he intended to, showed the Falcons exactly who he is. (Sports Illustrated)

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Drake Maye Was His Authentic Self at the 2024 NFL Combine—and the NFL Liked It


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