Redskins rookie report
[LEFT][COLOR=#000000]Rookie report: A look at how the rookies have fared entering the preseason schedule.
1. LB [B]Ryan Kerrigan[/B]. You can see his speed when he’s able to just play without thinking; in other words, when he’s rushing. Saw him chase the quarterback from the backside Wednesday and looked good. But he has a ways to go to become a full-time player. Kerrigan plays slower in coverage because he’s still thinking. He also needs to learn how to rush from a two-point stance. One difference: In college, he loved using his hands on a rush (as did [B]Andre Carter[/B]). It takes time to learn how to use them effectively out of a two-point stance. And he must learn to stay consistently low. But he’s clearly smart and that helps.
On pace for: Whether it’s the first game of the season or soon thereafter, he will start.
Read more at the Washington Examiner: [url=http://washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/nfl/2011/08/redskins-rookie-report#ixzz1Uok9PUvj]Redskins rookie report | John Keim | NFL | Washington Examiner[/url][/COLOR][/LEFT]
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