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While speaking at the NFL owners meetings in Phoenix this week, the Oakland Raiders head coach predicted that second-year safety Karl Joseph will enjoy a leap year in 2017.

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"I think Karl’s going to take a big step forward this year as a player, and his development," Del Rio said, per the Raiders' official website. "Just with comfort and understanding what’s expected of him, coming in and being healthy, having<a href="http://www.authenticsaintsshop.com/shop-by-players-paul-kruger-jersey-c-1_37.html">Paul Kruger Authentic Jersey</a>  a full offseason of work. I just feel like a confident Karl Joseph is going to be a much more impactful guy."

Joseph, the 14th-overall pick in last year's draft, tore his ACL during his senior season at West Virginia and was brought along slowly in training camp and the preseason. He did not play any defensive snaps in the first two games of the regular season.

当约瑟夫在第3周与安吉丽娜·纳尔逊(Reggie Nelson)一道被插入首发阵容时,他的影响是直接的。他打了60个滑车(44个独奏),6个防守传球,在<a href =“http://www.authenticsteelerssale.com/shop-by-players-lynn-swann-jersey-c- 2_31.html“> http://www.authenticsteelerssale.com/shop-by-players-lynn-swann-jersey-c-2_31.html </a> 伤害了他的脚趾,失去了常规赛的最后四场比赛。 

尽管上赛季他只在10场比赛中看到防守,但约瑟夫在2016赛季之后,由美国职业橄榄球作家选出了全新秀队。

The Raiders need Joseph to have a huge season in 2017. Oakland's defense ranked 26th in the NFL last season and struggles in the secondary were largely to blame. The unit allowed 61 pass plays of 20-plus yards and 16 pass plays <a href="http://www.authenticsteelersshop.com/shop-by-players-jesse-james-jersey-c-2_24.html">http://www.authenticsteelersshop.com/shop-by-players-jesse-james-jersey-c-2_24.html</a> of 40-plus yards (both league highs).

A breakout year for Joseph would help the Raiders improve on defense overall.

Jack Del Rio is high on his<a href="http://www.authenticraiderssale.com/shop-by-players-khalil-mack-jersey-c-2_11.html"> Khalil Mack Jersey</a>  team's first-round draft pick from last year.

While speaking at the NFL owners meetings in Phoenix this week, the Oakland Raiders head coach predicted that second-year safety Karl Joseph will enjoy a leap year in 2017.

The offseason is in full swing for the Oakland Raiders. Want the latest signings sent straight to your inbox? – Sign up for our FREE Raiders newsletter now!

"I think Karl’s going to take a big step forward this year as a player, and his development," Del Rio said, per the Raiders' official website. "Just with comfort and understanding what’s expected of him, coming in and being healthy, having<a href="http://www.authenticsaintsshop.com/shop-by-players-paul-kruger-jersey-c-1_37.html">Paul Kruger Authentic Jersey</a>  a full offseason of work. I just feel like a confident Karl Joseph is going to be a much more impactful guy."

Joseph, the 14th-overall pick in last year's draft, tore his ACL during his senior season at West Virginia and was brought along slowly in training camp and the preseason. He did not play any defensive snaps in the first two games of the regular season.

When Joseph was inserted into the starting lineup alongside veteran safety Reggie Nelson in Week 3, his impact was immediate. He racked up 60 tackles (44 solo), six defended passes, an interception and a fumble recovery before <a href="http://www.authenticsteelerssale.com/shop-by-players-lynn-swann-jersey-c-2_31.html">http://www.authenticsteelerssale.com/shop-by-players-lynn-swann-jersey-c-2_31.html</a> injuring his toe and missing the last four games of the regular season.

Although he only saw defensive snaps in 10 games last season, Joseph made the All-Rookie team selected by the Pro Football Writers of America after the 2016 season.

The Raiders need Joseph to have a huge season in 2017. Oakland's defense ranked 26th in the NFL last season and struggles in the secondary were largely to blame. The unit allowed 61 pass plays of 20-plus yards and 16 pass plays <a href="http://www.authenticsteelersshop.com/shop-by-players-jesse-james-jersey-c-2_24.html">http://www.authenticsteelersshop.com/shop-by-players-jesse-james-jersey-c-2_24.html</a> of 40-plus yards (both league highs).

A breakout year for Joseph would help the Raiders improve on defense overall.

Jack Del Rio is high on his<a href="http://www.authenticraiderssale.com/shop-by-players-khalil-mack-jersey-c-2_11.html"> Khalil Mack Jersey</a>  team's first-round draft pick from last year.

While speaking at the NFL owners meetings in Phoenix this week, the Oakland Raiders head coach predicted that second-year safety Karl Joseph will enjoy a leap year in 2017.

The offseason is in full swing for the Oakland Raiders. Want the latest signings sent straight to your inbox? – Sign up for our FREE Raiders newsletter now!

"I think Karl’s going to take a big step forward this year as a player, and his development," Del Rio said, per the Raiders' official website. "Just with comfort and understanding what’s expected of him, coming in and being healthy, having<a href="http://www.authenticsaintsshop.com/shop-by-players-paul-kruger-jersey-c-1_37.html">Paul Kruger Authentic Jersey</a>  a full offseason of work. I just feel like a confident Karl Joseph is going to be a much more impactful guy."

Joseph, the 14th-overall pick in last year's draft, tore his ACL during his senior season at West Virginia and was brought along slowly in training camp and the preseason. He did not play any defensive snaps in the first two games of the regular season.

When Joseph was inserted into the starting lineup alongside veteran safety Reggie Nelson in Week 3, his impact was immediate. He racked up 60 tackles (44 solo), six defended passes, an interception and a fumble recovery before <a href="http://www.authenticsteelerssale.com/shop-by-players-lynn-swann-jersey-c-2_31.html">http://www.authenticsteelerssale.com/shop-by-players-lynn-swann-jersey-c-2_31.html</a> injuring his toe and missing the last four games of the regular season.

Although he only saw defensive snaps in 10 games last season, Joseph made the All-Rookie team selected by the Pro Football Writers of America after the 2016 season.

The Raiders need Joseph to have a huge season in 2017. Oakland's defense ranked 26th in the NFL last season and struggles in the secondary were largely to blame. The unit allowed 61 pass plays of 20-plus yards and 16 pass plays <a href="http://www.authenticsteelersshop.com/shop-by-players-jesse-james-jersey-c-2_24.html">http://www.authenticsteelersshop.com/shop-by-players-jesse-james-jersey-c-2_24.html</a> of 40-plus yards (both league highs).

A breakout year for Joseph would help the Raiders improve on defense overall.

When your dad is a Hall of Famer, it can be kind of tough to live up to expectations.

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"I've always separated myself and just done my own thing, (been) my own man. I'm proud of what I've been able to accomplish in the league."

Long has 58 1/2 sacks in nine seasons, the first eight with the Rams and last year with the Patriots. From 2011 through 2013, his 33 sacks were eighth-most in the NFL.

But the last three years, injuries limited<a href="http://www.authenticcowboyssale.com/shop-by-players-doug-free-jersey-c-2_18.html">Doug Free Authentic Jersey</a>  his playing time and effectiveness and he's totaled just eight more sacks. He signed a two-year, $4.8 million deal with the Eagles hoping to jump-start his career.

He said he doesn't mind the pressure and expectations that come with being a Hall of Famer's son since there have always been more positives than negatives.

"It's never easy, and expectations are certainly always there, but there's a lot of positive with that pressure, too," he said. "I've always embraced it. I think my dad's made me a better man and a better football player, so the positives outweigh the negatives of the pressure."

Howie Long, a second-round pick out of Villanova in 1981, was an eight-time Pro Bowl defensive end and a two-time first-team all-pro in a 13-year career with the Raiders.

He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2000 when Chris Long was 15 years old.

Long was the second pick overall in 2008, behind only Michigan tackle Jake Long, taken first by the Dolphins.

Chris Long was in Philadelphia Friday and <a href="http://www.authenticraiderssale.com/shop-by-players-jalen-richard-jersey-c-2_56.html">http://www.authenticraiderssale.com/shop-by-players-jalen-richard-jersey-c-2_56.html</a> said his dad's only advice for him during the free-agent signing period was that he would love playing in Philly.

年轻的龙说,“我爸爸总是支持我所要做的一切。” “他有一个伟大的足球头脑,我会反弹的东西,但显然,他非常支持,和(在费城玩)是我们可以同意的一件事。

克里斯·龙在大学的第一场比赛是44-14弗吉尼亚州赢得了在林肯的寺庙,他的第一场比赛是一个职业是一个38-3公羊损失老鹰,也在林肯。

“我排在Tra(托马斯)前面,我就像,”我到底是怎么了?“Long说。“我正在多诺万·麦克纳布(Donovan McNabb)全天追逐,我觉得他们对我们挂了44(实际上是38)。

“但是我记得的只是打歌,而且我记得在整个职业生涯中都在想,”我真的很喜欢在这样的城市玩,那就是那种气氛。

"And my dad was able to drive that home. He was like, 'You will love Philly, you'll love the people, you'll love the mentality, and having played in college there and having spent a lot of time there and played against the Eagles a lot in the NFL, he was like, 'Man, you'll love that city.'"

When it came to finding a good fit for his skill set, Long did all that work himself.

When it came to finding a city he would love to play in, that's where Howie got his point across.

"I figured out the football part to have<a href="http://www.authenticsaintsshop.com/shop-by-players-willie-roaf-jersey-c-1_49.html">http://www.authenticsaintsshop.com/shop-by-players-willie-roaf-jersey-c-1_49.html</a>  my dad to drive home, 'You’re just going to love Philly,'" Long said. "That's kind of where he came in and gave me a little insight there."

When your dad is a Hall of Famer, it can be kind of tough to live up to expectations.

"It's probably a little late in the <a href="http://www.authenticbroncosshop.com/shop-by-players-tom-jackson-jersey-c-1_19.html">Tom Jackson Womens Jersey</a> game to get in the Hall of Fame," Chris Long said with a laugh. "My dad was a hell of a player and I'm very proud of him.

"I've always separated myself and just done my own thing, (been) my own man. I'm proud of what I've been able to accomplish in the league."

Long has 58 1/2 sacks in nine seasons, the first eight with the Rams and last year with the Patriots. From 2011 through 2013, his 33 sacks were eighth-most in the NFL.

But the last three years, injuries limited<a href="http://www.authenticcowboyssale.com/shop-by-players-doug-free-jersey-c-2_18.html">Doug Free Authentic Jersey</a>  his playing time and effectiveness and he's totaled just eight more sacks. He signed a two-year, $4.8 million deal with the Eagles hoping to jump-start his career.

He said he doesn't mind the pressure and expectations that come with being a Hall of Famer's son since there have always been more positives than negatives.

"It's never easy, and expectations are certainly always there, but there's a lot of positive with that pressure, too," he said. "I've always embraced it. I think my dad's made me a better man and a better football player, so the positives outweigh the negatives of the pressure."

Howie Long, a second-round pick out of Villanova in 1981, was an eight-time Pro Bowl defensive end and a two-time first-team all-pro in a 13-year career with the Raiders.

He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2000 when Chris Long was 15 years old.

Long was the second pick overall in 2008, behind only Michigan tackle Jake Long, taken first by the Dolphins.

Chris Long was in Philadelphia Friday and <a href="http://www.authenticraiderssale.com/shop-by-players-jalen-richard-jersey-c-2_56.html">http://www.authenticraiderssale.com/shop-by-players-jalen-richard-jersey-c-2_56.html</a> said his dad's only advice for him during the free-agent signing period was that he would love playing in Philly.

"My dad always supports me in everything I want to do," the younger Long said. "He's got a great football mind. I'll bounce things off him, but obviously, he's very supportive of it, and (playing in Philly) is one thing we can both agree on."

Chris Long's first game in college was a 44-14 Virginia win over Temple at the Linc, and his first game as a pro was a 38-3 Rams loss to the Eagles, also at the Linc.

"I lined up in front of Tra (Thomas) and I was like, 'What the hell did I get myself into?'" Long said. "I was chasing around Donovan McNabb all day. I think they hung 44 on us (actually 38).

"But all I could remember was the fight song, and I just remember thinking throughout my career, 'I really would love to play in a city like that, that's got that kind of atmosphere.

"And my dad was able to drive that home. He was like, 'You will love Philly, you'll love the people, you'll love the mentality, and having played in college there and having spent a lot of time there and played against the Eagles a lot in the NFL, he was like, 'Man, you'll love that city.'"

When it came to finding a good fit for his skill set, Long did all that work himself.

When it came to finding a city he would love to play in, that's where Howie got his point across.

"I figured out the football part to have<a href="http://www.authenticsaintsshop.com/shop-by-players-willie-roaf-jersey-c-1_49.html">http://www.authenticsaintsshop.com/shop-by-players-willie-roaf-jersey-c-1_49.html</a>  my dad to drive home, 'You’re just going to love Philly,'" Long said. "That's kind of where he came in and gave me a little insight there."

When your dad is a Hall of Famer, it can be kind of tough to live up to expectations.

"It's probably a little late in the <a href="http://www.authenticbroncosshop.com/shop-by-players-tom-jackson-jersey-c-1_19.html">Tom Jackson Womens Jersey</a> game to get in the Hall of Fame," Chris Long said with a laugh. "My dad was a hell of a player and I'm very proud of him.

"I've always separated myself and just done my own thing, (been) my own man. I'm proud of what I've been able to accomplish in the league."

Long has 58 1/2 sacks in nine seasons, the first eight with the Rams and last year with the Patriots. From 2011 through 2013, his 33 sacks were eighth-most in the NFL.

But the last three years, injuries limited<a href="http://www.authenticcowboyssale.com/shop-by-players-doug-free-jersey-c-2_18.html">Doug Free Authentic Jersey</a>  his playing time and effectiveness and he's totaled just eight more sacks. He signed a two-year, $4.8 million deal with the Eagles hoping to jump-start his career.

He said he doesn't mind the pressure and expectations that come with being a Hall of Famer's son since there have always been more positives than negatives.

"It's never easy, and expectations are certainly always there, but there's a lot of positive with that pressure, too," he said. "I've always embraced it. I think my dad's made me a better man and a better football player, so the positives outweigh the negatives of the pressure."

Howie Long, a second-round pick out of Villanova in 1981, was an eight-time Pro Bowl defensive end and a two-time first-team all-pro in a 13-year career with the Raiders.

He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2000 when Chris Long was 15 years old.

Long was the second pick overall in 2008, behind only Michigan tackle Jake Long, taken first by the Dolphins.

Chris Long was in Philadelphia Friday and <a href="http://www.authenticraiderssale.com/shop-by-players-jalen-richard-jersey-c-2_56.html">http://www.authenticraiderssale.com/shop-by-players-jalen-richard-jersey-c-2_56.html</a> said his dad's only advice for him during the free-agent signing period was that he would love playing in Philly.

"My dad always supports me in everything I want to do," the younger Long said. "He's got a great football mind. I'll bounce things off him, but obviously, he's very supportive of it, and (playing in Philly) is one thing we can both agree on."

Chris Long's first game in college was a 44-14 Virginia win over Temple at the Linc, and his first game as a pro was a 38-3 Rams loss to the Eagles, also at the Linc.

"I lined up in front of Tra (Thomas) and I was like, 'What the hell did I get myself into?'" Long said. "I was chasing around Donovan McNabb all day. I think they hung 44 on us (actually 38).

"But all I could remember was the fight song, and I just remember thinking throughout my career, 'I really would love to play in a city like that, that's got that kind of atmosphere.

"And my dad was able to drive that home. He was like, 'You will love Philly, you'll love the people, you'll love the mentality, and having played in college there and having spent a lot of time there and played against the Eagles a lot in the NFL, he was like, 'Man, you'll love that city.'"

When it came to finding a good fit for his skill set, Long did all that work himself.

When it came to finding a city he would love to play in, that's where Howie got his point across.

"I figured out the football part to have<a href="http://www.authenticsaintsshop.com/shop-by-players-willie-roaf-jersey-c-1_49.html">http://www.authenticsaintsshop.com/shop-by-players-willie-roaf-jersey-c-1_49.html</a>  my dad to drive home, 'You’re just going to love Philly,'" Long said. "That's kind of where he came in and gave me a little insight there."

When your dad is a Hall of Famer, it can be kind of tough to live up to expectations.

"It's probably a little late in the <a href="http://www.authenticbroncosshop.com/shop-by-players-tom-jackson-jersey-c-1_19.html">Tom Jackson Womens Jersey</a> game to get in the Hall of Fame," Chris Long said with a laugh. "My dad was a hell of a player and I'm very proud of him.

"I've always separated myself and just done my own thing, (been) my own man. I'm proud of what I've been able to accomplish in the league."

Long has 58 1/2 sacks in nine seasons, the first eight with the Rams and last year with the Patriots. From 2011 through 2013, his 33 sacks were eighth-most in the NFL.

But the last three years, injuries limited<a href="http://www.authenticcowboyssale.com/shop-by-players-doug-free-jersey-c-2_18.html">Doug Free Authentic Jersey</a>  his playing time and effectiveness and he's totaled just eight more sacks. He signed a two-year, $4.8 million deal with the Eagles hoping to jump-start his career.

He said he doesn't mind the pressure and expectations that come with being a Hall of Famer's son since there have always been more positives than negatives.

"It's never easy, and expectations are certainly always there, but there's a lot of positive with that pressure, too," he said. "I've always embraced it. I think my dad's made me a better man and a better football player, so the positives outweigh the negatives of the pressure."

Howie Long, a second-round pick out of Villanova in 1981, was an eight-time Pro Bowl defensive end and a two-time first-team all-pro in a 13-year career with the Raiders.

He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2000 when Chris Long was 15 years old.

Long was the second pick overall in 2008, behind only Michigan tackle Jake Long, taken first by the Dolphins.

Chris Long was in Philadelphia Friday and <a href="http://www.authenticraiderssale.com/shop-by-players-jalen-richard-jersey-c-2_56.html">http://www.authenticraiderssale.com/shop-by-players-jalen-richard-jersey-c-2_56.html</a> said his dad's only advice for him during the free-agent signing period was that he would love playing in Philly.

"My dad always supports me in everything I want to do," the younger Long said. "He's got a great football mind. I'll bounce things off him, but obviously, he's very supportive of it, and (playing in Philly) is one thing we can both agree on."

Chris Long's first game in college was a 44-14 Virginia win over Temple at the Linc, and his first game as a pro was a 38-3 Rams loss to the Eagles, also at the Linc.

"I lined up in front of Tra (Thomas) and I was like, 'What the hell did I get myself into?'" Long said. "I was chasing around Donovan McNabb all day. I think they hung 44 on us (actually 38).

"But all I could remember was the fight song, and I just remember thinking throughout my career, 'I really would love to play in a city like that, that's got that kind of atmosphere.

"And my dad was able to drive that home. He was like, 'You will love Philly, you'll love the people, you'll love the mentality, and having played in college there and having spent a lot of time there and played against the Eagles a lot in the NFL, he was like, 'Man, you'll love that city.'"

When it came to finding a good fit for his skill set, Long did all that work himself.

When it came to finding a city he would love to play in, that's where Howie got his point across.

"I figured out the football part to have<a href="http://www.authenticsaintsshop.com/shop-by-players-willie-roaf-jersey-c-1_49.html">http://www.authenticsaintsshop.com/shop-by-players-willie-roaf-jersey-c-1_49.html</a>  my dad to drive home, 'You’re just going to love Philly,'" Long said. "That's kind of where he came in and gave me a little insight there."

It’s not often that a team with a Pro Bowl safety would consider drafting another player in the first round to replace him. But in<a href="http://www.officialchargesshop.com/shop-by-players-dwight-lowery-jersey-c-1_22.html">Dwight Lowery Womens Jersey</a>  the case of the Oakland Raiders, they may do just that with 33-year-old Reggie Nelson.

The 2017 NFL Draft class features a solid secondary group, with plenty of exceptional safeties. Here is a case for the Raiders drafting former Washington Huskies safety Budda Baker with the no. 24 pick.

The two-time All-Pac-12 safety (2015 and 2016) is a ballhawk and a bruiser all-in-one. Think Nelson, with better angles and vision.

Baker possesses exceptional speed (4.45 second 40-yard dash) and footwork that allow him to get in the right position to make a play. In terms of <a href="http://www.officialnflapparelshop.com/nfl-jerseys-buffalo-bills-c-1_756.html"> Buffalo-Bills Womens Jersey</a> coming downhill, Baker’s ferociousness mirrors young Raiders safety Karl Joseph.

At 5’10”, Baker’s height is reminiscent of Joseph physically as well. But big things often come in small packages, and like Karl, Budda packs quite a punch.

Eventually, the Raiders will be forced to move on from Nelson — albeit a release, trade (unlikely) or retirement. Even a year under Nelson’s tutelage would prove worthy for Baker, and Oakland can experiment with defensive packages to utilize Baker’s strengths.

Baker is effective while blitzing, which is a specialty of new defensive assistant John Pagano.

In terms of pure excitement, Baker and Joseph as the last line of defense would surely lead to plenty of highlight-worthy plays.

Similar to Nelson, Baker possesses the bone-shattering<a href="http://www.officialvikingshop.com/shop-by-players-shaun-hill-jersey-c-2_53.html">http://www.officialvikingshop.com/shop-by-players-shaun-hill-jersey-c-2_53.html</a>  hitting ability and he has the reliable hands needed to create turnovers. But unlike Nelson, Baker is adept at tackling in open-field.

However, Baker has a tendency to go solely for the big hits, which he won’t be able to always do against big-bodied receivers in the NFL. Improving on fundamental, wrap-up tackling is something he’ll need to work on.

2016 proved to be an issue in terms of<a href="http://www.officialvikingssale.com/shop-by-players-customized-jersey-c-2_57.html">http://www.officialvikingssale.com/shop-by-players-customized-jersey-c-2_57.html</a>  secondary depth, with Joseph and fellow safety Keith McGill battling injury. Baker could come in and contribute from day one, setting up the Raiders at the safety position for years to come.

 

 

 

It’s not often that a team with a Pro Bowl safety would consider drafting another player in the first round to replace him. But in<a href="http://www.officialchargesshop.com/shop-by-players-dwight-lowery-jersey-c-1_22.html">Dwight Lowery Womens Jersey</a>  the case of the Oakland Raiders, they may do just that with 33-year-old Reggie Nelson.

The 2017 NFL Draft class features a solid secondary group, with plenty of exceptional safeties. Here is a case for the Raiders drafting former Washington Huskies safety Budda Baker with the no. 24 pick.

The two-time All-Pac-12 safety (2015 and 2016) is a ballhawk and a bruiser all-in-one. Think Nelson, with better angles and vision.

Baker possesses exceptional speed (4.45 second 40-yard dash) and footwork that allow him to get in the right position to make a play. In terms of <a href="http://www.officialnflapparelshop.com/nfl-jerseys-buffalo-bills-c-1_756.html"> Buffalo-Bills Womens Jersey</a> coming downhill, Baker’s ferociousness mirrors young Raiders safety Karl Joseph.

At 5’10”, Baker’s height is reminiscent of Joseph physically as well. But big things often come in small packages, and like Karl, Budda packs quite a punch.

最终,攻击者将被迫从尼尔森(Nelson )继续前进,尽管发行,交易(不太可能)或退休。即使在尼尔森一年“ 小号监护将被证明是值得的贝克,和奥克兰可以用防守包利用贝克实验” 的优势。

贝克是有效的,而这是新防守助手约翰·帕加诺的专长。

在纯粹的兴奋方面,贝克和约瑟夫作为最后的防线肯定会导致大量高调的戏剧。

与纳尔逊相似,贝克拥有令人震撼的<a href="http://www.officialvikingshop.com/shop-by-players-shaun-hill-jersey-c-2_53.html"> http:// www。官僚机构/ shop-by-players-shaun-hill-jersey-c-2_53.html </a>击退 能力,他有可靠的手需要创造失误。但与纳尔逊不同的是,贝克擅长于开放场地。 

然而,贝克一直走纯粹为大热门,这是他赢得的倾向' 无法逐一总是做对在NFL大健全的接收器。改善基础上,总结会抢断是他' 会需要工作。

2016年被证明是一个问题,在<a href="http://www.officialvikingssale.com/shop-by-players-customized-jersey-c-2_57.html"> http://www.officialvikingssale.com /shop-by-players-customized-jersey-c-2_57.html </a>  次要深度,与约瑟夫和其他安全的基思·麦吉尔作战。贝克可以从第一天起进来,并在未来几年内将攻略安置在安全位置。 

 

 

 

It’s not often that a team with a Pro Bowl safety would consider drafting another player in the first round to replace him. But in<a href="http://www.officialchargesshop.com/shop-by-players-dwight-lowery-jersey-c-1_22.html">Dwight Lowery Womens Jersey</a>  the case of the Oakland Raiders, they may do just that with 33-year-old Reggie Nelson.

The 2017 NFL Draft class features a solid secondary group, with plenty of exceptional safeties. Here is a case for the Raiders drafting former Washington Huskies safety Budda Baker with the no. 24 pick.

The two-time All-Pac-12 safety (2015 and 2016) is a ballhawk and a bruiser all-in-one. Think Nelson, with better angles and vision.

Baker possesses exceptional speed (4.45 second 40-yard dash) and footwork that allow him to get in the right position to make a play. In terms of <a href="http://www.officialnflapparelshop.com/nfl-jerseys-buffalo-bills-c-1_756.html"> Buffalo-Bills Womens Jersey</a> coming downhill, Baker’s ferociousness mirrors young Raiders safety Karl Joseph.

At 5’10”, Baker’s height is reminiscent of Joseph physically as well. But big things often come in small packages, and like Karl, Budda packs quite a punch.

Eventually, the Raiders will be forced to move on from Nelson — albeit a release, trade (unlikely) or retirement. Even a year under Nelson’s tutelage would prove worthy for Baker, and Oakland can experiment with defensive packages to utilize Baker’s strengths.

Baker is effective while blitzing, which is a specialty of new defensive assistant John Pagano.

In terms of pure excitement, Baker and Joseph as the last line of defense would surely lead to plenty of highlight-worthy plays.

Similar to Nelson, Baker possesses the bone-shattering<a href="http://www.officialvikingshop.com/shop-by-players-shaun-hill-jersey-c-2_53.html">http://www.officialvikingshop.com/shop-by-players-shaun-hill-jersey-c-2_53.html</a>  hitting ability and he has the reliable hands needed to create turnovers. But unlike Nelson, Baker is adept at tackling in open-field.

However, Baker has a tendency to go solely for the big hits, which he won’t be able to always do against big-bodied receivers in the NFL. Improving on fundamental, wrap-up tackling is something he’ll need to work on.

2016 proved to be an issue in terms of<a href="http://www.officialvikingssale.com/shop-by-players-customized-jersey-c-2_57.html">http://www.officialvikingssale.com/shop-by-players-customized-jersey-c-2_57.html</a>  secondary depth, with Joseph and fellow safety Keith McGill battling injury. Baker could come in and contribute from day one, setting up the Raiders at the safety position for years to come.

 

 

 

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