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Recently, here at Inside The Iggles, we’ve been taking the opportunity to talk to 2021 NFL Draft prospects that could potentially land with the Philadelphia Eagles. We’re shifting gears a little bit for this one as we had the chance to catch up with second-year running back Jason Huntley.

2020 was a rough season for the Birds, but Huntley, Authentic Jason Huntley Jersey, along with several other young players, gives this team hope as they move forward.

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We’ve talked about 32 quite often in the past whether it was the Nyheim Hines comparison, his breakout potential in 2020, or how he could be integrated into the gameplan. New head coach Nick Sirianni might be the perfect coach to unlock the young tailback’s potential. Only time will tell.

Who better to ask than the Philadelphia Eagles star?
If you’re like us, you’ve probably been wondering what’s going on in 32’s world. How does he feel about all of this? We asked him about his plans for the 2021 season. Here’s some of what the 22-year-old offered as a response:

“I’m ecstatic [for 2021]. I wanted to do so much last year but it was honestly good for me to learn. I got to learn different types of coverages, pick up from other player’s games like Miles [Sanders], Boston [Scott], and Corey [Clement]. I’m excited to go out there and show what I can bring to the table. I want to go out there and help us win some games.”

With Jason’s versatility, he’ll certainly be a weapon who can contribute in 2021. He hinted at something that plays a big role in making those Navy Jason Huntley Jersey, contributions which isn’t just learning but also film study. Huntley emphasized the importance of this in our conversation:

“Film is number one. If you’re not watching film, it’s over with. You can pick up little tendencies from fire zone blitzes to things the defensive lineman do to two gapping to stunts.

Honestly, the film is to your advantage. If you’re not watching film, it’s a disadvantage. It’s extremely important. From when I’m in the building to when I leave the building, I’m watching the film and staying in the playbook. If you can do that, everything else will take care of itself.”

This Philadelphia Eagles running back is truly a student of the game.
Most players know the importance of watching film, but Huntley understands the significant impact it can make on wins and losses. One missed assignment due to lack of film can cost teams a game.

Even with a 17-game season on the horizon, football isn’t a sport in which you can afford to lose too many games, especially the ones that you’re supposed to win. Two other guys who also understand that are the quarterbacks on this team: Jalen Hurts and Joe Flacco. We got to talk to Jason about Hurts’ potential in the offense and the addition of Flacco:

“Jalen [Hurts] is a great guy. He was the person who I talked to the most when I got to the Eagles. He’s actually with me now since we’re training together this offseason. He’s just a general.

He’s a dual-threat – can throw and run – he’s smart, and he has a good personality. When he’s locked in, he’s locked in though. Overall, he’s just a great guy.

As for Joe Flacco, he’s a great player. I’ve seen his film. I think it’ll help just having his veteran experience especially with him being a Super Bowl Champion and MVP. I have a friend on the Ravens who played with Flacco. He was telling me ‘he’ll stay in the pocket, but he’ll put it on you.’ He talked about his experience and knowledge Jason Huntley Jersey Ebay, of the game so I feel like all that coming together will be great for this season.”

What has experience taught this budding Philadelphia Eagles star?
Staying on the topic of veteran experience, Huntley had the benefit of playing under 2020 running backs coach and now Detroit Lions’ running backs coach, Duce Staley. Not only that but as Huntley previously mentioned, he picked up a lot of tips and tricks from his fellow running backs who have NFL experience:

“That was a great [running back] group. We talk to each other all the time. It wasn’t just a work thing. We hung out if we could in small groups due to COVID. We had real talks and real conversations. It was great to be around them and learn.

They weren’t selfish. They wanted to try and help me get better. If I had a run, they would give me tips on how to improve when I’m in the same situation the next time. Just being with them, it was good energy.

Duce Staley is a great guy and a great coach. He knows so much and has worked with so many different people. Overall, I loved being in that room with all those guys – Miles [Sanders], Boston [Scott], Corey [Clement], Adrian [Killins], Elijah [Holyfield], Jordan [Howard], and Michael [Warren].”

Huntley has a message for Philadelphia Eagles fans.
Before our conversation with Jason ended, we asked him what his message would be for you – the Philadelphia Eagles fans. Here’s what Jason had to say:

“I appreciate all of you for staying strong through that rough season we just had. I can guarantee all of you that we’re working and this year is going to be something special.”

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That should have Philadelphia Eagles fans excited not only for Huntley’s upcoming season but for the team overall. Let’s hope Jason is right and it is a fun ride in 2021. His versatility needs to be utilized this upcoming season. If Jason sees the field more next season, watch out. Eagles fans should be ecstatic if this young man gets more touches.

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I certainly wouldn’t rule it out, Bob. It’s clear that Paton is doing his due diligence on this year’s prospects by attending pro days featuring the top quarterbacks. Paton has attended pro days at North Dakota State (Trey Lance), BYU (Zach Wilson) and Ohio State (Justin Fields), and the Broncos also had representatives at Alabama’s pro day, Womens Andrew Beck Jersey, where Mac Jones put on a throwing session. Paton has been at other pro days, too, so there’s no guarantee that a quarterback is on the Broncos’ mind. Paton said in mid-March that the position is in play with the ninth-overall pick, but Denver may need to trade up if they want to assure the opportunity to select one of the top quarterbacks.

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At the moment, the job belongs to Drew Lock, and we know that Paton believes in the third-year player. There’s still plenty of time to add competition via the draft or via a free agent after the draft process isn’t complete. If Paton’s early moves have indicated anything, it’s that he isn’t going to make a move just for the sake of making a move. The Broncos’ new general manager will weigh the team’s options and move forward with his aggressive — but not reckless — approach.

In case of picking a QB at mid-draft, which would you see as an option for Denver? – Oscar J.

Lots of mock drafts have focused on the possibility that the Broncos will use the ninth-overall pick — and perhaps a package of other selections if they need to trade up — to find their next quarterback. But if they decide to wait until the second round or beyond, as they did in 2019 when they selected Lock, there are plenty of other options. Florida’s Kyle Trask, Texas A&M’s Kellen Mond and Wake Forest’s Jamie Newman are among the quarterbacks projected as mid-round picks and could give the Broncos another option in their quarterback room. Mond may have the most potential of that group, Color Rush Andrew Beck Jersey, and Newman may be the toughest to evaluate, as he opted out of the 2020 season. Perhaps the most intriguing mid-round prospect is Stanford’s Davis Mills, who played well in in limited action in 2020 despite missing part of the season due to COVID-19 protocols. The biggest question mark with Mills comes from his lack of experience, as he started just 11 games at Stanford. He has talent, though, and the buzz around Mills has grown in recent weeks. One evaluator has compared Mills to Jared Goff, which could make him an interesting addition to Denver’s QB room.

How much better can this offense be this year healed up and another year in the same system? – Brady F.

Brady, I don’t see how the offense couldn’t be better in 2021 for those two reasons precisely. Every player will have another year to dive into Offensive Coordinator Pat Shurmur’s system, Shurmur will be able to tailor the offense after a year’s look at his personnel and the team will regain several key players, including Courtland Sutton. The offense should also benefit from the return of preseason games and the potential return of in-person offseason workouts. Ultimately, the offense’s 2021 success will depend on the quarterback position. If Drew Lock is the starter and plays like he did against the Panthers or in games late in the season vs. LA and Las Vegas, the Broncos’ offense should be ready to take the next step.

What can we expect for Albert O. and his recovery? [Are we] looking for a tight end in the draft again? – @jayduarte7

Jay, when I spoke with Albert Okwuegbunam in mid-February, he was a little more than three months removed from his ACL injury that he suffered against the Falcons last season. He had started to run on an anti-gravity treadmill, and he was poised to start jogging without the assistance of the machine in the days to come. Okwuegbunam told me he expect to be back by training camp with “no issues.” I’d expect him to take a step forward in 2021 after a promising rookie season, and I’m excited to see what he and Noah Fant can accomplish together.

That said, I wouldn’t be surprised to see the Broncos draft a tight end that can provide muscle in the running game. The team released Nick Vannett, and Jake Butt and Troy Fumagalli both became unrestricted free agents when the new league year began. Austin Fort remains under contract, but he profiles as a receiving tight end in the mold of Fant and Okwuegbunam. Where the Broncos select a tight end could reflect whether the team believes Andrew Beck can fill the role on his own. I would think the team Andrew Beck Jersey Amazon, would add depth at some point, whether it’s via a mid-to-late-round pick, a college free agent or a veteran ahead of the season.

Are we focused on offense or defense this time? I miss the defense with Von Miller and Derek Wolfe just putting QBs on their backs. – @lordxbamm

Paton filled critical holes during free agency, which means the Broncos won’t be boxed into a corner when the draft begins. I could foresee Denver taking a quarterback, linebacker, cornerback, edge rusher or tackle if the team stands pat with the ninth-overall pick. If the Broncos trade back, that list of positions could grow to include safety, running back and defensive line. Paton has given the Broncos crucial flexibility, which is all a team can ask for heading into the draft. When an organization can select the best player across a wide array of positions rather than be pigeonholed into a pick, it can only help the roster. As a whole, I would expect the Broncos’ nine picks would lean toward the defensive side of the ball to help infuse some youth into a unit that features several veteran players entering the last year of their contract.

Should Denver trade their first-round pick to gain more picks in later rounds? – @Whyyoutrippin48

It all depends on how the board falls, as I don’t think there’s a blanket answer. If there’s a surplus of impact players at No. 9, it’s absolutely worth trading down a few spots to pick up an extra second- or third-round pick and add quality young players to the roster. If there’s a gap on the Broncos’ draft board between a player that’s available at No. 9 and the next group of players, then it makes more sense to stand pat and select that player. Ultimately, it comes down to Paton and Co.’s ability to evaluate talent. We’ve seen teams make a habit of trading down and find great success — and we’ve also seen teams hoard picks and fail to turn those selections into wins.

Paton has previously called the draft the “lifeblood” of the organization and has spoken about his desire to build draft capital. Given that sentiment, it certainly wouldn’t surprise me if Paton trades down at some point in the draft to accrue more picks. Whether that comes at the ninth-overall pick would all depend on the perceived value.

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On Wednesday, the Buccaneers re-signed 12th-year defensive lineman Steve McLendon, who first joined the team through a trade with the New York Jets last October. Acquired shortly after Vita Vea landed on injured reserve, Stitched Steve McLendon Jersey, McLendon provided valuable interior-line depth and appeared in 12 games, including the playoffs. He was also praised for being a strong veteran presence in the locker room.

Though they were initially faced with a long list of pending free agents, the Buccaneers have managed to keep all 22 of their starters from Super Bowl LV, but that was just the start of keeping the team together. McLendon is yet another key reserve who has also re-signed with Tampa Bay, joining the likes of Kevin Minter, Ross Cockrell, Josh Wells, Aaron Stinnie and Rakeem Nunez-Roches, who became a starter after Vea’s injury.

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Prior to joining the Buccaneers, McLendon played six seasons for the Pittsburgh Steelers and was in his fifth campaign in New York before the trade. He has appeared in 153 regular-season games with 90 starts and has amassed 265 tackles, 12.5 sacks, 43 tackles for loss, three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and two passes defensed. He started 59 of the 65 games he played for the Jets.

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