The guy has talent, no denying that but we all knew why he was available at the end of the 5th rd. After his surgery and some rehab, GB can get him into a more rigorous strength and conditioning program and hopefully get some more muscle on that small frame of his.
This is why I was really concerned with even considering him on ST's and especially as a returner. Returning causes even relatively healthy players over their careers to have serious injuries. Put in a guy with a smaller frame, injury/concussion concerns and it very well could be a recipe for disaster.
It sounds like Harris is leading the way as far a KR goes anyway and Hyde probably should stay on PR for now.
Outside of the top 3 WR's, the position battle has been relatively quiet anyway though, which I really wasn't expecting. Adams is basically the #4 WR by default even though he hasn't done anything huge or really anything out of the norm to stick out. Gilllett has probably done the most and he was probably the forgotten man among the 15 WR's going into this TC.
I haven't been able to follow every practice play for play like I have in the past, Has any WR's done more good than I'm remembering or the opposite? I think I've heard a couple good things about Dorsey. Harper if I remember right was having a big offseason but since TC started hasn't done much. Just expected to hear more good things about this unit, TC is still young.
Mike Daniels #76- 2013 stats/2014 stats
Games played - 17
Sacks/Hits/Hurries - 2013 6.5/6/27 2014 - 7/11/26
Tackles/Stops - 2013- 23/23 2014 - 39/36
PFF Grade/Run defense/Pass Rush - 2013- 22.4/9.5/12 2014- 20.7/13.6/9.1
Run Stop %/Pass Rushing Productivity- 2013- 8.6/9.3 2014- 8.3/9.1
PFF 3-4 DE position ranking overall grade - 6th 2014- 8th