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TOPIC: I love me some Deebo.

I love me some Deebo. 2 months 10 hours ago #40612

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The Denver Broncos will bring him in for a pre-draft visit."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Broncos NewsBroncos 2019 Draft ClassBroncos PodcastsBroncos 2019 ScheduleKey Offseason DatesCommunity RulesFull ArchiveBroncos StoriesScheduleRosterStatsOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Denver Broncos 2019 DraftReport: Broncos are having a pre-draft visit with South Carolina wide receiver Justin Simmons Jersey , Deebo SamuelNew,44commentsI love me some Deebo. The Denver Broncos will bring him in for a pre-draft visit. Report: Broncos are having a pre-draft visit with South Carolina wide receiver, Deebo SamuelKim Klement-USA TODAY SportsAccording to 9NEWS Denver’s Mike Klis, the Denver Broncos will host former South Carolina wide receiver Deebo Samuel for a top-30 pre-draft visit today. Deebo is a 5’11”, 214lb wide receiver who played his college ball at South Carolina. He ran a 4.48 40-time at the NFL Scouting Combine, jumped 39 inches, and is considered one of the top wide receivers in the draft.Samuel played four seasons at South Carolina was one of the nations top wide receivers during that span. During his four-year career at South Carolina, Deebo totaled 148 receptions for 2,076 yards, and 16 touchdowns. This past year, Samuel totaled 62 receptions for 882 yards, and 11 touchdowns. His game doesn’t end there, Samuel is also a kick return threat. During his four-year career at South Carolina, Samuel’s totaled 42 kick returns for 1,219 yards, and 4 touchdowns. Here is what The Draft Network’s Kyle Crabbs had to day about wide receiver, Deebo Samuel. Deebo is in play for the Broncos second-round selection and would be an excellent addition to the teams young receiving group. He would be an instant starter at slot and could also be an instant producer for the Broncos offense. He’s a YAC weapon so just giving him the ball in space could lead to a big play. He also can kill two birds with one stone by also being the Broncos kick returner. He has four career kick returns and while that is something we see very rarely in the NFL these days, it’s just another added weapon to the team. Talking with Andrew Mason and Steve Atwater, Broncos Country’s favorite fullback says the new head coach beats it into their heads every day in the meeting room and again on the practice field." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteMile High Reporta Denver Broncos communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsBroncosOddsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Broncos NewsBroncos 2019 Draft ClassBroncos PodcastsBroncos 2019 ScheduleKey Offseason DatesCommunity RulesFull ArchiveBroncos StoriesScheduleRosterStatsOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Filed under:Denver Broncos PodcastsJanovich: Coach wants us to be the best two-minute team in the NFLNew,26commentsTalking with Andrew Mason and Steve Atwater, Broncos Country’s favorite fullback says the new head coach beats it into their heads every day in the meeting room and again on the practice field. Janovich: Coach wants us to be the best two-minute team in the NFLdenverbroncos.comIt’s easy to love Andy Janovich.Even if the guy is not an obvious playmaker within the Broncos offense year to year, it’s obvious plays get made because of him on the offense.And his mentality about playing the game of football gives you an idea why. Steve Atwater asked Janovich what he thought of how football is played today compared to the early years, and it was pretty clear, Jano thinks the game - and even the players - have gotten soft.“Just watching football back in the day...those guys were just tougher than dirt,” Janovich said, adding they’d play every snap, and if they got hurt, they’d just get taped up and get back on the field. “Nowadays, when they get a little nicked up, you haul em off the field and try to take care of them a little more. For me, I try to play like the old days as much as possible. Just go out there and kick the crap out of the guy you gotta go hit.”The reply got a nice chuckle out of Mase and Atwater Juwann Winfree Denver Broncos Jersey , who added, “that’s just the mentality of a fullback.”And Janovich loves that mentality.As a former Cornhusker, the fourth-year fullback for the Broncos still loves to watch tape on former Husker fullback greats like Cory Schleslinger and the Makovicka brothers, Jeff and Joel.“Those guys were just mean, and they were fun to watch,” Jano laughed, sharing a story from former Broncos’ special teams coach Brock Olivo about how Schlesinger once cracked the helmet of a player and knocked him out. “That’s just crazy.”Listen to "6-12-19 Andy Janovich on 1st & 10" on Spreaker.Seth Emerson of The Athletic recently wrote about the “dark ages” of the fullback position, arguing that where it once was “the face of the hard-nose offense,” now the position has “diminished on all levels of the game, from high school on up to the NFL.” Statistically this may be true, but Janovich is excited about having more relevance in the Broncos offense with Scangarello on board now. Looking at how Scangarello and Kyle Shanahan used fullback Kyle Juszczyk in the 49ers offense, Janovich sees a lot more opportunity for his position in 2019.“A lot of stuff [Juszczyk] did, I can do. I can block. Whatever route running they’ll have me do, I think I can do it,” Janovich said. “That guy never came off the field, so I’m excited just to get more playing time.”And like just about every other Bronco who has spoken to the media in the last month, Jano is totally on board with how head coach Vic Fangio is approaching the offseason with his new team.Jano believes the Broncos always had the talent but just couldn’t put it together during the game because of little things, details.He doesn’t think that’ll be a problem this season.“We still have the same tools, but now we’re focusing more on the details and doing the little things right. That’s what we were lacking,” Janovich said, adding that not getting the details right is what kills team’s chances in a close game - which was basically the story of the 2018 Broncos. “Fangio focuses on details in meetings, and then he harps on it in practice.”For example, Jano said, the team has done the two-minute offense/defense every single practice, and they do it for 15 minutes.“He wants us to be the best two-minute team in the NFL,” Janovich said. “He beats it into our heads every day. That’ll easily win you more games.”And when Atwater asked Jano if he thought Training Camp could be as intense as OTAs and minicamp have already been, Jano didn’t skip a beat. “Absolutely,” he said, adding that they had been running over 100 plays each day so far.Atwater was amazed: “You’re going to be in great shape then, too.”“Absolutely.”
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