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mercredi, juin 09 2021, 11:48 AM
"Once they are able to go through a full season, they have an understanding of the landscape, the expectation, what is expected of them, and then you get to a full offseason," McCarthy said. "I always thought that second-year players, you get to see that jump from their initial start line, and that's something I have paid close attention to. If you don't see it by the third year, it's probably an uphill climb for that particular player. To answer your question, I see CeeDee making that jump. You can see he is very comfortable. Very natural."Cleveland Browns

"I just handle it taking it day by day; that's the only thing you can do is make sure that you're doing all you can to be at your best for the team," said Akers, who turns 22 later this month. "That's what I've been focusing on doing, whether that's being a leader or making plays, just doing what I can do to help this team. Not making it more than what it is."

If you’re a Chiefs fans, you’ve got to be jacked up at the fact that Mahomes is already calling Powell a beast. The 6-foot-1, 205-pounder was a stud for the Clemson Tigers. Last season, he caught 53 balls from Trevor Lawrence for 882 yards and seven touchdowns.Los Angeles Chargers

The first has talked with both Ziegler and Patricia and said he was under the impression they were jointly running the Patriots personnel department. The second talked with the Pats about multiple players in free agency, but discussed contracts with Ziegler only. The third has had discussions with Ziegler but said he’s dealt mostly with Patricia this offseason. The fourth said he’s been discussing players and contracts with Wolf and Ziegler.Carolina Panthers
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The 49ers' defensive backfield has taken advantage, including cornerbacks Jason Verrett and Emmanuel Moseley. Verrett switched from No. 22 to No. 2, while Moseley changed from No. 41 to No. 4.Tennessee Titans

Paye admitted the feeling of being in the NFL hasn’t fully set in yet. The other day, the rookie woke up and realized he doesn’t have to go to class anymore; all he has to do is play football.
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