With more seasoning at his new position, Jenkins has a chance to be an excellent free safety. Gregg Williams will ask him to do a little of everything. He will cover slot wideouts, blitz, play the run, play man coverage against tight ends, play the deep half and act as a true centerfielder.
In order to even consider writing this post, we have to assume there will be a new CBA within the next two weeks with training camps opening on time. If that’s the case, then who from the current rookie class will be able to contribute the most and/or the earliest this season?
The world’s most powerful professional sports league is in its fourth month of labor-related lethargy, with NFL owners and players locked in a multi-billion-dollar stare down. Anxious for free agency and weary of the war of words, the eyes of football fans around the world are starting to glaze over.
Here’s one way the NFL lockout could end: the players drop their class-action suit against the league and agree with owners on a new collective bargaining agreement.
The Dallas Cowboys may know something others don’t when it comes to the end of the NFL lockout, which currently has now run 112 total days. Dallas has scheduled their training camp at the Alamodome in San Antonio, reserving the stadium for two weeks between July 29th and August 13th.
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