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Shelvin dominates single blocking and has the strong anchor to absorb double teams at the point of attack, allowing the linebackers to clean up and make plays.
his leverage, ability to stack and shed blocks, and discipline with his gap control will be enticing for teams (New England) that need run stuffers
It’s never a great thing when you head into an NFL Draft in dire need of a quarterback and given the recent history at that position, it’s definitely an inexact science.
After many fans and media members were outlining potential trade scenarios involving the Lions’ former QB Matthew Stafford, we now find out that the Patriots were never going to be part of the equation.
Getting one of these established QBs would also necessitate giving up a lot of their draft capital that they need to rebuild
the freakish 6’7, 265 pound Rousseau put up eye-popping numbers. He produced 54 tackles (34 solo), 19.5 tackles for loss, 15.5 sacks, one pass defensed, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery.
This wraps up the Senior Bowl Practice coverage. First off, an incredible job by the Senior Bowl staff and Jim Nagy in particular. They allowed this group of college seniors to show their stuff.
It’s amazing how names you’ve never heard of before suddenly emerge as legitimate players after the Senior Bowl practices.
Collins is an enormous linebacker who measures at 6’4, 260 pounds, and has excellent sideline-to-sideline speed. He’s a prototypical Bill Belichick linebacker
With the Patriots still pondering their quarterback options this offseason, it sounds like they’ve already done some due diligence on one of the prospects in the upcoming draft.
Senior Bowl Public Relations sent out the practice film late Tuesday Night so any reports have been delayed by a day. This is what I have been able to put together so far.
|ProFootballTalk.com - Mar 4th, 2021|