Tennessee safety Eric Berry had to cut short his workout at the Volunteers’ Pro Day today, pulling up with an injury described as a sprained big toe during his first positional drills.
Steve Wyche of NFL Network reports that Berry suffered what has been initially diagnosed as a left big toe sprain that cut short his workout.
Berry suffered the injury while doing backpedaling drills run by Chiefs defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel. He went into a training room to ice his foot and was described as “wearing sneakers and walking with a slight limp” afterward.
Berry is considered the top defensive back in the draft, and after his impressive combine performance, he really didn’t need to do much at his Pro Day. All indications are that the toe injury will be a minor annoyance, not a major concern.