Devontae Booker Jersey

Broncos offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello is bringing Kyle Shanahan’s offense with him to Denver, which means the team’s running backs will likely be more involved in the passing game this season.

That’s good news for presumed third-string running back Devontae Booker, who has hauled in 99 receptions for 815 yards over the last three years.

“In this offense, you utilize the running back out of the backfield catching the ball,” Booker said after practice on May 31. “That’s a big asset of mine, my hands. It’s really kind of similar to what we ran my rookie year with [former coach Gary] Kubiak and his system.

“It’s pretty similar to me. It gets a little wordy at times to where we really have to listen to the play call, but at the end of the day it’s still pretty much the same.”

Booker was selected by Denver in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL draft out of Utah and he’s never been able to emerge as more than the first-choice backup in the team’s backfield. Booker would obviously love to be a featured back but he also understands his third-down role is important.

“I’m not just going to sit here and say that I don’t want to be [the No. 1 guy] because I know that I can offer a little more,” Booker said. “As of right now and how my role is, the pass protection and being a pass catcher out of the backfield, that’s just where they need me right now.”

Booker, 27, is set to earn $720,000 this season before becoming a free agent in 2020. His future in Denver is not guaranteed but the fourth-year running back isn’t dwelling on what he can’t control.
“I really don’t think about it too much,” Booker said. “I just know that I have to go out there and do what I need to do on the football field. Everything else will handle [itself] on its own. I’m just going to keep continuing to work hard and do what I need to do out there on the field.”

Booker has gained 1,909 yards from scrimmage and has scored seven touchdowns since joining the team in 2016.

Andy Janovich Jersey

In 2014 George Aston was just another Steelers fan trying to walk-on as a linebacker. One redshirt and a position switch later, he got his chance to make an impact. Instead of growing into the next Jack Lambert, he looks more like Larry Csonka coming out of Pitt. He played in 25 games from 2015-2016, scoring 19 touchdowns as a short yardage monster and devastating blocker before his junior year was derailed by ankle injuries.

In 2018 he returned with gusto, helping Pitt’s running backs Qadree Ollison and Darrin Hall rush for more than 2,300 yards. His individual numbers were down, but his prowess as blocker looked better than ever. His running back coach Andre Powell spoke very highly of him.
“We ask [Aston] to do a lot more things than we asked those other guys to do,” Powell said. “George wears a lot of hats in this offense and we put him in harm’s way a lot. You can motion him and get him involved in the passing game, you can motion him and put him in position to block.
George Aston
Aston enters his first training camp with the Broncos with a bit of a reputation for his workout prowess. He still holds his high school’s record for highest bench press (425 lbs) and squad (655). The 6’ 240 lb Aston did not receive an invitation to the NFL Combine in Indianapolis but did bench press 30 times at Pitt’s Pro Day. In 2018 the Kyle Shanahan 49ers used 22 personnel (2 backs, 1 tight end and 2 receivers) more than any team in the NFL. It’s not a given the 2019 Broncos will follow suit, but the fullback looks likely to get a lot more work than recent years.
The good

Elite athlete for the position.
Proven short yardage specialist.
Experience as an outlet receiver who caught 45 passes during his collegiate career.
Comes into the league with experience at both fullback and H-back

Aston looks like a sleeper as the next great Broncos fullback. He profiles as an exceptional scheme fit in the new offense and brings underrated athleticism to the position. Looking over some Pitt tape and the Panthers’ coaching staff used Aston in all of the same ways you’d expect him to contribute in the Rich Scangarello system.
The bad

Two significant ankle injuries in 2017.
Pitt fans modified Chuck Norris jokes for him, cult following alert.
Broncos may need to tailor special jersey’s for his neck.
May moonlight as up and coming boxer.

The big issue with Aston is his ankle injuries. He suffered a fractured ankle in August, 2017 and returned two months later only to sustain another injury in his second game back in action. It can’t be a huge issue if the Broncos have taken him into camp, but it bears monitoring.
George Aston’s roster status with the Broncos

He’ll compete with 4th year pro Andy Janovich for a spot on the 2019 roster. The two are similar players who offer a versatile skillset necessary for Rich Scangarello’s new offense. It remains to be seen if the new Broncos system will ask as much of the fullback as Kyle Shanahan’s, but a player who is equally capable of lead blocking, motioning into space, or aligning outside of the tackles as an H-back was so necessary to the Shanny system 49ers GM John Lynch made Kyle Juszczyk the highest paid fullback in league history by a considerable margin.
With Janovich’s playing out the last year of his contract and carrying a $761 K cap hit in 2019 the competition could be tilted in the younger, cheaper Aston’s favor. To make the roster he’ll need to prove he’s a reliable special teams contributor as well as make fill Janovich’s shoes on offense. It currently looks like an uphill battle, but a new coaching staff may favor fresh blood at the fullback position. I’d currently project the battle at 35-65 favoring the veteran this far out of camp.

Max Garcia Jersey

Pushing its roster to the 90-player offseason limit, the Denver Broncos on Monday signed offensive lineman Chaz Green, The Denver Post’s Ryan O’Halloran reports.

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Green (6-5, 318) entered the NFL in 2015 as a third-round draft pick of the Dallas Cowboys. His rookie season was a washout due to a hip injury. The next year, Green was installed as Dallas’ backup swing tackle, and he made four appearances, including two starts. In 2017, he continued to function as the direct backup, making four starts and appearing in 14 of 16 games.

After struggling at right tackle last preseason, the Cowboys released Green at final cuts. He latched on with the Saints during the middle of the season before he was waived and claimed by the Oakland Raiders. He started Oakland’s Week 15 game against the Green Bay Packers and earned a new contract from the Raiders, who cut him last week.
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Capable of manning guard and tackle, Green played his college ball at Florida, where he shuttled between left and right tackle during an injury-plagued tenure. His scouting profile gave him a better-than-average change of cracking an NFL roster.

“Heady player with potential position versatility, but lacking an area where he truly excels,” wrote Lance Zierlein, who compared Green to former Bengals OT Tanner Hawkinson. “His foot quickness and movement skill will appeal to zone-scheme teams but he must improve his strength and ability in pass protection if he wants to be anything more than a backup.

Green has no shot to start in Denver, as the offensive line, from left to right, essentially is set: Garett Bolles, Dalton Risner, Connor McGovern, Ronald Leary, Ja’Wuan James. He, too, has an uphill battle to crack the 53-man regular season squad, as other backup types (Elijah Wilkinson, Austin Schlottmann, Don Barclay) are further ahead in Mike Munchak’s system.
Barclay, who’s received first-string reps while Leary eases back from Achilles’ surgery, was singled out last month by head coach Vic Fangio.

“He’s in the mix there in the O-Line,” Fangio said. “He’s a veteran player who has played a lot of places, played a lot of football. He’s in there competing with everybody.”
Green’s clearest path to the roster, avoiding another summer pink-slip, likely will go through guard. The uncertainty surrounding Leary’s health and Risner’s acclimation to the pros leaves Denver fairly vulnerable along the interior, and Green — if nothing else — could serve in the same capacity as Billy Turner and Max Garcia before him.

Green will join the Broncos when they open their three-day mandatory minicamp Tuesday, the final on-field work until training camp in July.

Menelik Watson Jersey

With guard Menelik Watson dealing with another injury in what has been a career filled with them, the Denver Broncos have moved the sixth-year veteran to injured reserve. The team intends to release him once he is cleared medically, a source confirmed to ESPN.

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The news of the Broncos’ plans was first reported by 9 News.

Watson, who has never played all 16 games in any of his previous five seasons in the league, did not play in either of the Broncos’ first two preseason games because of a pectoral injury. He had originally signed a three-year, $18.75 million contract with the Broncos before the 2017 season to be a potential solution at right tackle.
He played in just seven games in 2017, missing nine in all as he went to injured reserve with a foot injury in early November. He had struggled at times when he did play, which prompted a move to guard this offseason after the Broncos made a trade for Jared Veldheer to start at right tackle.

Watson was playing behind Connor McGovern and Max Garcia at guard, with the Broncos also taking a look at Billy Turner and rookie Sam Jones. Watson was sent for an MRI last Thursday, and the results showed he would miss some time, which impacted the Broncos’ decision as they approach their third preseason game.

“I’m not that (Watson) wasn’t a fit any longer for our football team, but it speaks to the guys who’ve been playing behind him,” coach Vance Joseph said after Monday’s practice. “And he’s been injured. It’s hard to make a football team injured when you’ve got three or four guys behind you playing good football.”

Watson’s release will sting the Broncos’ bottom line a bit, given his $5.5 million base salary was guaranteed this past March. In all, Watson will count for $6.83 million in “dead” money against the Broncos’ cap since the team will release him after June 1.

Watson may not be the only big-ticket contract the Broncos absorb a hit on when the final roster cuts are made. Quarterback Paxton Lynch is currently No. 3 on the depth chart, and his future with the team is cloudy as the Broncos try to make a decision on a backup quarterback.

Lynch has lost the battle for the starting job in the back-to-back training camps in 2016 and 2017 and was demoted to No. 3 last week in his battle with Chad Kelly to be the team’s backup this time around.

Lynch would carry a dead money charge of $3.18 million against the cap if he is released. He has a $1.74 million base salary to go with a $2.584 million cap charge for this season, which would make him difficult to trade.

When asked about Lynch’s future this past week if he doesn’t win the backup job, Broncos president of football operations/general manager John Elway said he would “cross that bridge” later and did not want to deal “in hypotheticals.”

Shelby Harris Jersey

As the Denver Broncos wrap up OTA’s, defensive tackle Shelby Harris believes this defense can be one of the most elite units in 2019.

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We all remember the Denver Broncos Super Bowl 50 defense that helped lead to a Lombardi in the 2015 season. Shelby Harris was not a part of that team, but he believes there is a chance he could be a part of another elite Broncos defense.

The Denver Broncos are wrapping up organized team activities. The team will take a rest before mandatory mini camp, which starts on Tuesday and goes until Thursday. So far, the team has gotten through without any major injuries.

Denver will be led by Vic Fangio, who defensive players have absolutely enjoyed worked with to this point. Derek Wolfe even went on the record saying that he “absolutely loves this defense.” Shelby Harris went a step further in his own words talking about how great the Broncos defense can be in 2019.

“Honestly, with the guys we have on the roster, I feel like we can play any defense. I really think this defense, especially defensive line wise, I feel like we have the guys that can definitely play this defense. And our secondary, we have dogs in the secondary, I definitely think we can be a top three defense this year.” -Shelby Harris (via Denver Broncos PR)

I honestly do not doubt that from Shelby Harris. Combine a solid core of defensive players with a head coach that can really bring out the best in them and this defense could be special. It remains to be seen if it could match the Wade Phillips’ 2015 Super Bowl defense, but for all we know it could be really close.

Harris could see a bigger role in the defense, especially with Domata Peko in the free agency market. A second round tender sends a signal that the Broncos have a lot of faith in Shelby Harris to become that force in the middle of the defense in 2019.

This defense has all the makings of a top one in Denver. But in order for that to come to fruition, Broncos Country and the rest of the league need to see them in action.

Tramaine Brock Jersey

The Arizona Cardinals will not have cornerback Patrick Peterson for the first six games of the 2019 season because of his suspension under the league’s PED policy. Who will replace him in the starting lineup during that time?

While many believe it will be second-round pick Byron Murphy who line up opposite Robert Alford, the Cardinals will give a veteran free agent pickup the first shot.

According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, veteran Tramaine Brock will be given the first opportunity in the starting lineup.

From Up to the Minute Live: The #AZCardinals are likely to give Tramaine Brock the first shot to replace suspended CB Patrick Peterson, who is expected to spend OTAs with his family. He'll be back for mandatory minicamp.

— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 17, 2019

“They really like him,” Rapoport said on Up to the Minute Live. “He played for (defensive coordinator) Vance Joseph last year.”

Brock started five games for the Denver Broncos last season and has started 40 games in his career.

It makes a lot of sense to go this route. One, he is familiar with the team’s new defensive system. He is a nine-year veteran.

The team believes Murphy will be very good playing in the slot. As a rookie, it might be better to let him practice at one position only, rather than starting outside in base defenses and sliding inside in nickel packages. It makes an easier transition to the NFL, giving him one specific role. And since Brock is a player Joseph trusts, the Cardinals would then have two veteran starters on the outside in Alford and Brock.

If that is how things end up playing out, then Peterson slides right into the lineup when he returns from his suspension and then Brock is on the bench, while Murphy continues to play in the slot.

Brock will get plenty of offseason reps for the next couple of weeks. Peterson is not expected to participate in voluntary OTAs.

Su’a Cravens Jersey

The Denver Broncos traded for Su’a Cravens in 2018, but he wasn’t able to get on the field long enough to make the impact he’s capable of.

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The Denver Broncos didn’t get the impact they had hoped for out of Su’a Cravens in the 2018 season.

Cravens, who was acquired in a trade with the Washington Redskins before the 2018 NFL Draft, was expected to come in and be this tight end and running back coverage specialist, but he suffered an injury in camp and was placed on IR to start the season.
Even though he came back after missing the first eight games of the year, Cravens’ effectiveness was limited by the lingering effects of his injury/rehab as well as the rust of not having played regular season football in over a year.

Cravens looked like a stud his rookie season with the Washington Redskins in 2016 but wound up taking a year away from football to get his mind and body right.

The Redskins traded him to the Broncos in 2018 and after being benched by Vance Joseph, much of Broncos Country seems to think the writing is on the wall and that Cravens is gone before he gets to show what he can do in Vic Fangio’s defense.

Fangio stated all of the new players he’s inherited will get a clean slate with him at the helm, and few if any players on Denver’s roster benefit more from that than Cravens.
We know from when he found out about being traded to the Broncos that Cravens is quite the character on social media. He uses Instagram and Snapchat to give fans a fun look inside his daily life, and he recently posted some videos on his Instagram story where he talked about getting up to 235 pounds.

He came out of USC at 226 pounds and was listed on Denver’s roster last year at 224 pounds.

What does this bulk up mean for Cravens? Does it mean the Broncos plan to use him more at the linebacker position?

If they’re asking him to put on more weight, my best guess is they plan on using him more in the box this year and are hoping he can be a similar weapon like he was at USC where he attacked the line of scrimmage, blitzed quite a bit, and being bigger should help him match up even better with tight ends.
This is a big offseason for Cravens. He has to prove to this new Broncos staff that he can still be an asset in the NFL and that he is the same player this team spent a month trying to trade for.

Shane Ray Jersey

Shane Ray spent the past two seasons with the Denver Broncos playing injured and not playing up to his standards.

He had just one sack in 2017. He had just one sack in 2018. Now he’s in Baltimore with a large chip on his shoulder, determined to prove he is still a dynamic pass rusher.

“Now that I’m healthy, I’m going to let my play do the talking,’’ said Ray, a 26-year-old outside linebacker who signed a one-year contract last week. “I know what I bring to the table. And I wouldn’t be here if they (the Ravens) didn’t know.

“When you’ve gone through the things I’ve been through, feeling that you’re almost at the top, then you get injured and your organization moves on from you when you get injured? I signed late in free agency. I’ve had to deal with a lot mentally, teams looking at me and not signing me. To finally be in a situation where I’m actually on a team, out on the field? I’m far more motivated than I ever could’ve been without all of that happening.”

There’s no doubt the 6-foot-3, 245-pound Ray has the potential to be a consistent NFL edge rusher. Ray looked ready to emerge as a star after recording eight sacks in 2016, earning a reputation as a relentless pursuer of quarterbacks.

The Broncos drafted Ray to be one of the cornerstones of their defense. He was a unanimous All-American at Missouri, the SEC Defensive Player of the Year in 2014, and the 23rd-overall pick in 2015. He was expected to be the bookend pass-rushing compliment to Von Miller, the Broncos’ seven-time Pro Bowler and former Super Bowl MVP.

However, Ray dislocated his left wrist in 2017 prior to training camp, and the injury has required four surgeries. Ray missed eight games in 2017 and was inactive for five games last year. He says playing with his wrist injury instead of letting it heal first damaged the perception of him as a player.

“I came back and played before I should have, and that set me back another year,” Ray said. “It’s been two seasons of recovering from an injury, which is what caused me not to have the seasons I wanted to have the past two seasons in Denver.

“Nobody would think a wrist would hold you down like that. But when you play the position I play, it affects you. Trying to wrestle with 300-pound offensive linemen with one hand just doesn’t work. Now that I’m healthy, I can bench (press) again, I’m strong again. I have a chance to just be me again with a fresh slate.”

When Za’Darius Smith and Terrell Suggs departed Baltimore during free agency, it left a pass-rushing void the Ravens needed to address. They responded by drafting FBS all-time career sack leader Jaylon Ferguson in the third round, then signed Ray and Pernell McPhee as free agents on May 17.

Matthew Judon, who had seven sacks last season, will be a fixture in the Ravens’ defense. But the competition for playing time opposite Judon is wide open, with Ray, McPhee, Ferguson, Tim Williams, and Tyus Bowser all having an opportunity to earn reps.

Ray is embracing the challenge and loves the defensive talent he sees on the Ravens during OTAs.

“I’m here to help this team get after the quarterback and to be a great defense,” Ray said. “They had a great defense last year. What, they had like 11 sacks in one game (against the Tennessee Titans)? It wasn’t just one guy. That’s the kind of defense I like to be on, where making plays is contagious.

“I already know our secondary is something special. It’s stacked across the board. As a pass rusher, that makes you excited – more time to get the quarterback. They can’t get the ball out fast with the secondary we have. These guys are real ballhawks.”

Ray has something that every player covets – a Super Bowl ring. He won it as a rookie with the Broncos, and he appreciates it more as time passes, having learned that NFL success doesn’t come easily.

Coming to Baltimore is a chance for Ray to reboot his career, an opportunity he doesn’t plan to waste.

“I’m trying to go back to the Super Bowl,” Ray said. “These boys went to the playoffs last year, and I haven’t been to the playoffs since 2015, the year we won it. As a rookie, you think it’s going to be like this every year. But the Broncos haven’t been back to the playoffs since.

“This is a great organization, Lamar Jackson’s a great young player. You see the formula building. You see the potential of this team. I’m glad to be part of it.”

Brendan Langley Jersey

Here’s the catch: Brendan Langley reached a point where he would rather receive passes than pick them off.

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So, the Denver Broncos third-year player is calling an audible and going over to the other side — from cornerback to wide receiver.

No offense, he just prefers offense.
“It’s going well,” Langley said of learning the ropes at wideout after Monday’s organized team activities. “It’s not really a transition for me. It’s going back to my natural element.”

Langley has long floated between DB and WR. During his high school days in Marietta, Georgia, he was a standout at both. At the University of Georgia, he was primarily a defensive back. After transferring to Lamar, he began as a receiver (catching a 20-yard TD pass against Baylor) before moving over to defense that season (he had an 86-yard interception return for a score against Incarnate Word). In his two seasons at Lamar, he finished with seven interceptions for 135 yards while hauling in four passes for 51 yards.

Given his versatility and quickness (4.43 in the 40 dash), the Broncos drafted the cornerback during the third round in 2017 . His rookie season, Langley suited up in 11 games on special teams, which included a 61-yard kickoff return against the Los Angeles Chargers. Last season, Langley was cut out of camp before being quickly signed to the practice squad. He played in five games on special teams at the end of the season.

Still, he turned a few heads — on scout team. When the Broncos needed someone to mimic a fast wideout in practice, Langley was summoned into duty.

“It felt natural,” the 6-foot, 199-pound Langley said. “There weren’t too many hiccups to the learning curve. It felt good.”

At the exit interviews following the season, Langley brought his iPad with him for his meeting with Broncos boss John Elway. He wanted to convince Elway that receiver could be his best way to help the team.

“I had the film from scout team. I had my numbers from high school when I was receiver,” recounted Langley, who now wears No. 12 instead of No. 27. “I was ready to do whatever I had to do to convince him to let me make that switch.

“But then Mr. Elway smiled and said, ‘I was going to ask you the same thing.'”

This offseason, Langley’s been working out in California and hauling in 500 passes a day. He also watches film of receivers to study their route running techniques.

Anything to catch on. Anything to ease the conversion from one position to another.

He’s also picking up pointers from Emmanuel Sanders, DaeSean Hamilton and Courtland Sutton, who actually know firsthand what Langley’s going through. Sutton said he started out as a safety at Southern Methodist before switching to receiver.

“It’s rough,” said Sutton, who had 42 catches for 704 yards last season as a rookie. “Even coming out of college, going into the league, I wasn’t fully fine-tuned to play this (receiver) position. For a guy who played receiver, moved to defense and then played defense when he first got into the league and is now making that transition to receiver while in the league, it’s tough. But he’s handling it really well. He’s learning as much as he possibly can, from everybody. He takes a little advice from everybody.”

Langley is banking on his experience as a cornerback to give him a helping hand at receiver. There are small details that can betray a cornerback’s tendencies.

“I can tell by a corner’s stance what he’s playing,” Langley said. “If he’s flat-footed, he’s in cover-2. With one foot back, he’s going to backpedal. I used to do those same things.”

Now, he’s hoping his best defense just might make for good offense.

“In defensive back drills, sometimes you go into the individual drills and they’re like, ‘We don’t need a ball,'” Langley said. “That felt awkward to me. I need a ball at all times.”

Carlos Henderson Jersey

Prior to being selected in the 3rd round of the 2017 NFL Draft, Grambling WR and 2nd Team FCS All-American, Chad Williams, turned heads by running a blistering 4.36 at his pro day. This followed a strong performance at the 2017 Senior Bowl, which caught the attention of the Rams’ then new head coach, Sean McVay, who welcomed Williams to LA for a pre-draft visit.

The major red flag on Williams was his arrest in 2016 while sitting in a car at LSU that contained a jar of marijuana, a loaded Desert Eagle handgun and an unloaded AK-46 assault rifle, plus a 20 round magazine. Grambling suspended him for the first game of the 2016 season, but after that, Williams improved on his 64/1,012/10 TD 2015 campaign by posting a 90/1,337/11 TD 1st team All-SWAC performance.

During the 3rd round the rumor was that the Cardinals were hoping to select WR Cooper Kupp (Eastern Washington) or LB Duke Riley (LSU), but the Rams and Falcons beat them to it. Thus, having already traded picks to move up in the 2nd round to take S Budda Baker (Washington), the Cardinals decided to trade their #77 pick to the Panthers (who took DE Daeshon Hall (Texas A&M) for the Panthers’ #98 (WR Chad Williams, Grambling) and 115th (G Dorian Johnson, Pittsburgh) picks.

Thus far, that Panthers/Cardinals trade appears to be an ill-fated one as Daeshon Hall injured his knee in the first game of the 2017 season, was cut by the Panthers in 2018, signed to the Texans’ practice squad and then signed by the Eagles late last season. Meanwhile, Chad Williams has only 20 catches for 202 yards and 1 TD in two seasons, while Dorian Johnson was cut as a rookie and not even re-signed to the Cardinals’ practice squad.

Back in 2017 when Mike Mayock studied Chad Williams’ game tapes, he was impressed with Williams’ talent, Mayock had Williams rated higher than other pundits, most of whom projected Williams as 5th or 6th round pick.

The WR the Cardinals were hoping to take at #98 was Carlos Henderson (Louisiana Tech), but he was taken at #82 by the Broncos and then the Cardinals narrowly missed on Kenny Galloday at #96 by the Lions who, by contrast, has put up 98 catches for 1,540 yards and 8 TDs in his first two seasons.
While the Cardinals’ additions of UFA WRs Kevin White and Jarius Byrd and 2019 draft picks, WRs Andy Isabella, Hakeem Butler and DeeSean Johnson, have put Chad Williams squarely on the WR bubble, the good news for Williams is that the Cardinals are likely to keep 6 or 7 WRs on the 53 man roster. But that likely means he will have to beat out one or two of these additions.

Last year, Williams showed some brief flashes as a playmaker, catching 17 passes for 171 yards and his 1st NFL TD, plus running 3 jet sweeps for 42 yards (14.0 ave) the past two seasons combined. It would appear that Williams could be a good fit in the Cardinals’ new spread offense.

It is imperative for Chad Williams to come to camp in tip-top shape. Not only will he be running more routes than ever before, his will be running them at a faster pace between plays. Plus, making the roster may depend on his ability to be a stronger contributor on special teams. With his 4.3 speed and athleticism, he could turn into a very good gunner.

If he commands the football in practice and in throughout the pre-season games, Chad Williams could claim his roster spot and have a key role in the offense. It’s time now more than ever to prove why he was worthy of a top 100 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft.

Here is a good reminder as to why the Cardinals were so high on Chad Williams when they drafted him:or Chad Williams it’s time for his talent to match his potential.