SEATTLE (AP) — Travis Feeney was one of the standouts during the NFL combine in February, a performance that moved the former Washington linebacker into the discussion as a potential second-day pick during the draft.

Turns out Feeney estimates he was about "70 or 80 percent" at the combine while dealing with a sports hernia.

Feeney had surgery two weeks ago and was just a spectator Thursday as Washington held its annual pro day. Unlike a year ago when scouts and spectators crowded the track around Washington's indoor practice facility to watch three future first-round picks work out, the crowd this year was far smaller.

Feeney and fellow linebacker Cory Littleton were the only two Washington players invited to the combine. Littleton did participate in Thursday's pro day.