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Miller looked pretty good.

All these CB's and DB's are going against Julio and Ridley everyday in practice. (Hopefully soon) 

A player should improve dramatically under that stress.

Let's hope for the best for Miller, our CB's position would look pretty darn good if he and Terrell showed out.

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1 hour ago, Pacific_Falcon said:

Obligatory "who"?

With us running a grip of nickel, we can't just have 3 good CB's. We need at least 1 more for dime package and nickel depth. Hopefully he can be a decent depth/rotational piece.

Very happy w BRW as a dime back. Also, we could see Kazee and Rico on the field a lot in dime. That’s nice depth right there. Miller is just a bonus if he plays well. Same w dude we got from PHI. we have enough enough ‘okay’ and ‘good’ DBs, we need someone to step up and be great!

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18 hours ago, 1989Fan said:

Very happy w BRW as a dime back. Also, we could see Kazee and Rico on the field a lot in dime. That’s nice depth right there. Miller is just a bonus if he plays well. Same w dude we got from PHI. we have enough enough ‘okay’ and ‘good’ DBs, we need someone to step up and be great!

Agreed. I have appreciation for BRW - it's nice knowing that when he comes in, I don't instantly facepalm like a lot of fans have to when a backup DB comes in. I think if we can just be ~.500 the first part of the season until the rook gets some experience, our secondary can be pretty dang solid after that. Not the biggest fan of Rico's range, but I think we are set up pretty well at CB.

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Also, the Falcons have cornerback Jordan Miller, who played in 10 games last season as rookie. 

“He made big strides,” Morris said. “He had a really good virtual program. He was able to workout and change his body.”

Miller, a fifth-round pick from Washington, has three more games to serve on his four-game suspension for taking a banned performance-enhancing substance last season. 

“He knows what he’s got ahead of him,” Morris said. “He knows what it means for him this year. I think he’s really got his head on the right way and is ready to come back and compete. I’m fired about Jordan Miller.”

 

 

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