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    • BuccaNOLEer

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      According to the coaches, our first round pick is kicking the offensive line’s asses left and right in practice. This is despite the fact that he spent limited time in pads at Washington because he opted out for most of his senior season.

    • Donkey_Hunter

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      Good to hear. You can NEVER have too many pass rushers. We need a legit player at the #3 right now.

      Sounds like this could be the guy.

    • TBChucky

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      I’m very happy to hear he’s progressing nicely.. Looking forward to seeing him in the preseason! All of our top 4 rookies, honestly. Should we make this a Trask thread?..

    • Vance

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      Man we have a good defense no doubt , but have to block our own defense somehow. I am sure Brady is mad about taking a loss to our own players. man that sounds weird typing that!!

    • Jed

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      Now is the time to build strong depth with these young picks as we have a couple of starters who are at the end of their careers.

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    • Pennywise

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      He has had a rough time against the run , takes himself out of position , per BA

      As the saying goes in the NFL, “Film don’t lie.”

      Arians barked that Tryon needs “to learn to stay in his gap on defense,” and he took it a step further.

      “He can’t freelance,” Arians continued. “He gave up a couple of really big runs jumping around blocks and trying to make plays instead of just doing your job. One thing, he’s got such great talent, and he’s obviously a hell of a pass rusher, But there’s more to the game than just that and just do your job and do it really well.”

      Per Jbf

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    • BuccaNOLEer

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      He has had a rough time against the run , takes himself out of position , per BA

      As the saying goes in the NFL, “Film don’t lie.”

      Arians barked that Tryon needs “to learn to stay in his gap on defense,” and he took it a step further.

      “He can’t freelance,” Arians continued. “He gave up a couple of really big runs jumping around blocks and trying to make plays instead of just doing your job. One thing, he’s got such great talent, and he’s obviously a hell of a pass rusher, But there’s more to the game than just that and just do your job and do it really well.”

      Per Jbf

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      He’s young and he will learn. This is the NFL and everyone has an assignment. He’ll learn to do his. A lot of top draft picks try to show out early in camp then settle down.

    • theknees

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      When we picked him, he was by far and away the best player on the board. Kid is going to be a killer.

    • Boid Fink

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      Gap integrity can be fixed. Kid is talented, hope he adds to the pass rush.

    • buc-in-out

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      Was VERY happy with the pick. Also liked the kid the Saints took who kinda shocked a few picks before us Payton Turner, but preferred Tryon. We absolutely took the best player on the board, who happened to be a need.

      He has NFL size, speed and strength.. good bend, he’s a real athlete. It’ll do him some good learning behind JPP, who was a slightly better athlete with the same frame when he was drafted.

      JPP was also a project… he was pretty raw coming out of college and he learned from Justin Tuck, Osi Umenyiora and maybe Strahan? Strahan was probably already retired?

      • RHBucsFan

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        I disagree. JPP was an All-American and very “sure thing” prospect coming out of USF. He played on the other side of the line from All American DE George Selvie and his play made people forget who Selvie even was.

      • Born A Buc For Life

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        Yeah Strahan was long gone by the time JPP rolled around.

    • Darktanian

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      Tryon will be as flamboyantly gay as Cam Newton.

      Not sayin, Just sayin.

    • kenntak

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      What?

    • Boid Fink

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      Hot take. Hot like runny diarrhea.

      Tryon will be as flamboyantly gay as Cam Newton.

      Not sayin, Just sayin.

    • RK Barrett

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      Good to hear

    • FireLicht2020

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      Re: gap integrity

      This is what people failed to understand about McCoy.

      Amazing talent, and could get off the line with the best of them… but he failed his assignments over and over which is why our defenses were never good with him.

      And it was always during critical moments…

      Glad to hear Tryon is getting an earful early and I’m not sure why we let McCoy do it for 10 years

    • obuc

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      after they tell him to get after the qb.

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