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The Texans have tried to start third-round pick Braxton Miller in the slot for two seasons, but Coutee could win the job during training camp. It seemed like it would be a foregone conclusion that Pierre Desir and Quincy Wilson had the inside track on the starting cornerback jobs.
Moore, however, proved during offseason workouts and at minicamp that he deserves to be in the mix for a starting job. He went from being primarily a special-teams player to starting five games as a rookie because of injury problems. He used that playing time to his advantage because the Colts like his physicality and his ability to play on the outside and in the slot. Moore has even been learning to play safety. Wide receiver Rashad Greene.
The Jaguars' fifth-round pick in made a splash as a punt returner as a rookie but played in only eight games the past two seasons none in because of injuries He's the forgotten guy when everyone talks about the receivers and was going to have to be very impressive in the spring and at camp to have a shot at making the top six. He has done the first part because he has been the most consistent and best receiver during OTAs and at mandatory minicamp.
He has lined up outside and in the slot and has consistently gotten open. Sims is the quietest guy in the locker room -- a role that has earned him the nickname "Mouse" -- but he has played like a lion this offseason. He has routinely locked up receivers with his length and strength. The fifth-round pick has a number of pass breakups and made an acrobatic interception in minicamp that was called back by penalty. The Titans upgraded their cornerback group by adding Malcolm Butler , which will likely push Sims to the No.
But Sims' play so far this offseason backs up the Titans' claim that they can field one of the NFL's deepest and best secondaries. Wide receiver DaeSean Hamilton. The Broncos have high expectations for the rookie fourth-round pick, who finished his career at Penn State as the school's all-time leader in receptions, especially because they saw his work up close at the Senior Bowl. And Hamilton just might have been the most proficient route runner in the draft.
He showed that in the team's on-field work this summer. He was physical, was strong to the ball and showed consistently reliable hands -- and his routes were spot on. Hamilton is going to play plenty -- or at least he should -- in the season to come along with fellow rookie wide receiver Courtland Sutton.
Offensive lineman Ryan Hunter. The Chiefs have given the undrafted rookie a look in their starting lineup at left guard during offseason practice. That the Chiefs are already seeing how much Hunter can handle speaks well for his chance of making the team and eventually contributing even more.
Wide receiver Artavis Scott. A teammate of first-round pick Mike Williams at Clemson, Scott went undrafted last year and spent the entire season on the Bolts' practice squad. Well, it looks like Scott was paying attention, because he made several splash plays during offseason work and has a chance to compete for a job as a returner this season. Scott finished his college career as Clemson's all-time reception leader with catches for 2, receiving yards and 20 total touchdowns.
Defensive tackle Maurice Hurst. Hurst has been more than a pleasant surprise for Oakland in that he is running with the first-team defense in its base at left defensive tackle last year's starter, Eddie Vanderdoes , is rehabbing from a torn ACL and has starred in the offseason. Beating All-Pro Kelechi Osemele when he flipped sides not only opened the eyes of the coaches, but also got the attention of Osemele, who gave the rookie the, ahem, business.
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But you know, that's why I didn't want to come back in after the cramp. Let's make sure this man gets the recognition he deserves!!! Durant just might get an invitation. Saquon Barkley tied the single game record for receptions by a rookie with 14, according to Elias. He now has 16 catches in two games. He's on pace for receptions. Jerry Jones knows how big the Cowboys' win against the Giants was even if it was Week 2. Jones knew the Cowboys had to avoid an start. Not any more for Dak Prescott but it was on the line tonight.
He's played in two regular season game… twitter. Old friends still get to line it up! It was overshadowed some by the Broncos' two-minute drive on offense to win the game Sunday -- a victory over the Oakland Raiders -- but outside linebacker Shaquil Barrett's block of a Raiders' extra point in the second quarter turned out to be the difference.
The guys inside, Derek Wolfe, and I think Philly safety Will Parks outside, they got the eyes of the tackle, the tight end and the guard. I swam, and I was free,'' Barrett said.