has announced his retirement

has announced his retirement

Postautor: chenyan94 » 13 sie 2019, o 04:21

VPhil Taylor Trent Williams Jersey , a first-round pick of the Cleveland Browns in 2011, from football.“I’d like to thank the NFL and the Cleveland Browns for drafting me,” Taylor wrote in a post on his Twitter page. “It’s been a fun and tough 8 years. I’ve made my home in NE Ohio with my family. I love the Cleveland fans and can’t wait to give back to the community that supported me. I’m officially retiring!”Taylor hasn’t appeared in a regular season NFL game since 2014 with the Browns. Stops with the Denver Broncos and Washington Redskins since then have proven unsuccessful as injuries helped to derail his career. He was released as a part of final roster cuts with Washington last September in what became his last bid to make a roster again.Taylor appeared in just 44 games in four seasons with the Browns. He was a member of the 2011 Pro Football Writers’ Association All-Rookie Team after recording 59 tackles and four sacks in the only full 16-game season of his career. Knee injuries ended his 2014 season and kept him out of the NFL for all of 2015. He joined the Broncos in 2018 before a knee injury on the second day of training camp landed him on injured reserve.In perhaps his best chance to restart his career with Washington in 2017, a torn quadriceps ended the comeback in the preseason. He re-signed with the team for 2018 but did not make the roster. Hogs Haven takes a look at 2019 NFL Draft prospects who could contribute to the Redskins"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Looks Like Someone Has A Sixpack Of The MondaysDaily SlopRedskins RecapsEDTShareTweetShareShareIf Jonah Williams Falls Should The Redskins Select One Of The Safest Picks In The Draft?Jason Getz-USA TODAY SportsJonah Williams, OT/OGSchool: Alabama | Conference: SECCollege Experience: Junior | Age: 21?Height / Weight: 6-4 / 302 lbsProjected Draft Status: 1st or 2nd RoundNFL Comparison: Jake MatthewsCollege StatisticsN/APlayer OverviewJonah Williams was 4-star recruit from Folsom, California when he committed to Alabama back in 2015. Williams is originally from Atlanta, Georgia and had wanted to play for the Crimson Tide and did just that by turning down offers from Florida Alex Smith Jersey , Georgia, Michigan, and USC among many others. Williams got to work immediately and played right tackle his freshman season as was named as a freshman All-American as well and a the SEC All-Freshman team. He moved to left tackle his sophomore season and had a very successful season where he was named to the All-SEC team again. This past season Williams really took a step forward and was regard as one of the top offensive linemen in the country and one of the top offensive linemen in the draft. He was named as a consensus 1st team All-American and was a finalist for the Outland and Lombardi trophies as a junior. Williams is considered an advanced technician and some scouts believe he can play any position along the offensive line. Tackle prospects usually are expected to have better size especially concerning arm length but Williams just may be the guy who bucks that trend in the league. The upside with him though is that if he doesn’t work at tackle due to physical limitations he can slide into the interior OL and still be a day 1 starter. StrengthsTechnically sound with decent size and good strength. A technician, gets out of his stance quickly, very measured and controlled kick slide and footwork which lets him get good depth off the snap. Has good hand placement and can strike forcefully when engaging rushers. Keeps with at bay with good strength, arm extension, and his able to anchor and hold his ground as he absorbs speed and power. Has moves to counter rushers including a powerful punch and a nice swat to prevent defenders from getting their hands on him. Has the lower body strength quickness and balance to make recoveries other guys simply can’t. Has great instincts Landon Collins Jersey , feel, and awareness for the position and can read defenses and recognize blitzes and stunts. Adjusts accordingly and pivots blocking attention to nearest rusher. Can also be a force as a run blocker with a bit of a mauler type style as he latches on and drives his assignment back. Moves well in space and takes good angles to targets in the second level. He can wipe them out and has sprung some big runs doing just that.WeaknessesI hope you’ll get the reference but he reminds me of the Pillsbury Doughboy out there. Get your hands on him with some power below his chest and into his core and he moves backwards off balance with arms flailing. Doubt he does the ‘hmmmhmm!’ though. He needs to play with more consistently with pad level and really make sure he’s using that swat with longer opponents. Undersized with short arms for a tackle can have trouble with longer edge players who can generate power as described above.Better pass protector than run blocker because he can struggle with his lower half keeping up as he tends to lunge. Needs to show better footwork in this area. Let’s see his work:More Jonah Williams videosHow Would He Fit On The Redskins?I certainly am not advocating for a 1st round tackle unless the Redskins know something we don’t about either Morgan Moses or Trent Williams but I would always advocate for a 2nd round guard if Williams does drop outside of the first round. He’s still being talked about in the top 20 so a fall to the second round is unlikely but not impossible. I’m going to entertain the thought for the sake of this profile and wager that Williams would be a day one starter at LG and a pretty good one. He has Pro Bowl caliber skills and already is much more proficient technically than a lot of his peers at tackle or guard. Scouts seem to believe he has the technique and smarts to play any position on the OL so that added versatility ought to peek the Redskins interest if he were to slide into the second round. Measurement thresholds are fickle things. Logically if he were an inch taller 15-20 lbs heavier and his arms were 2 inched longer he would be a sure top 10 pick. The NFL is also a fickle place and some teams have really strict boxes they want to check at certain positions and Williams size and arm length may just not cut it for some teams looking for a tackle which may push him down. He would solidify pass protection for the Redskins offensive line and be a good contributor in the run game. His technique, toughness, and finishing ability would certainly help the Redskins OL claim the Hogs 2.0 mantra they have been trying to promote the past couple of seasons. If a 1st round talent drops to the second I hope the Redskins have the card ready.
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