CFF Player Profile: Marcus Peters, CB - Gordon McGuinness
One of those players who has the potential to develop into a No. 1 corner, albeit with some work needed to round out his play, is Washington’s Marcus Peters. A player who comes with potential off the field baggage to go along with a mean streak on the field, some teams will stay away from him for a variety of reasons, but if you’re drafting at the end of the first round, he’s the type of player who could be a steal.
Malcom Floyd Honored by Teammates - Ricky Henne
M-80 earned the honor after completing one of the most inspirational comebacks in Chargers history. Floyd suffered a scary neck injury early in the first half of a Week 2 game in 2013, and it put his career in doubt. He worked diligently to return to the team and game he loved, but Floyd was adamant he didn’t want to just play, but he wanted to make a difference.
Tom Telesco looking for big things from Jerry Attaochu - Eric Williams
"We drafted him last year for a reason, because he was an excellent pass-rusher in college," Telesco said. "He’s got quickness, speed and hand use. He plays hard and he hustles. In a small amount of snaps last year he showed that. He showed it against Arizona. He showed it against Oakland. He’s shown it out on the practice field.
CFF Player Profile: DeVante Parker, WR - Sam Monson
Though we think Amari Cooper is the clear cut No. 1 wide receiver in this draft class, the player hot on his heels isn’t Kevin White – who many have as the best prospect out there – but rather DeVante Parker from Louisville.
Chris Watt on Leadership & the Oline "We’re going to move people this year." - Marty Caswell
For Watt, it is whole new season to prepare for and a new position that comes with an elevated expectation of leadership. A career guard at Notre Dame, Watt became one of five different centers to start for the Chargers last season when he filled in for the injured Rich Ohrnberger on November 16th versus the St. Louis Rams.