DeMarcus Ware had a close look at Denver Broncos rookie Bradley Chubb in recent weeks.
Ware served as a pass-rush consultant Cheap Dog Jerseys for the Broncos during the offseason, and he shared his thoughts on the fifth-overall pick of the 2018 NFL Draft during a recent interview with the Talk of Fame Sports Network’s podcast.
Shane, he had the opportunity, but he was hurt, Ware told the radio hosts. And so he couldn’t be that power guy on the other side.
Ware, who finished his 12-year playing career with 138.5 career sacks to rank eighth all-time in league history, pointed out the 6-foot-4, 269-pound Chubb should fill the void as the power rusher.
Chubb will have plenty of opportunities to draw first-team defensive repetitions in training camp when considering Ray was scheduled to undergo another wrist surgery in early June.
Should Chubb deliver, Ware thinks the rookie could eventually follow in his footsteps as an elite pass rusher.
You know the thing is he can be, Ware said in the podcast. He’s one of those guys who’s mature, he listens, and that’s what you want from a young guy. Because some of them come in very arrogant, saying, ‘OK, I’m in the league now.’ But for me, he Cheap Hockey Jerseys Canada has that, ‘I just arrived’ mentality. ‘What do I need to do to deliver?’
MLB.com ranks Sheffield as the Yankees’ No. 2 overall prospect, behind outfielder Estevan Florial.
Judge said against Swarzak, with whom he played in 2016, he just didn’t want to fall behind in the count.
You got to try to get him early, Judge said. You never want to get behind on a guy like that, especially with his good slider and his fastball that plays up. If I got something out over the plate early, put a good swing on it.
It was Judge’s 18th home run of the year, tying him with the Orioles’ Manny Machado for the fifth-most in baseball.
And it was the second time in three games Judge homered in the eighth inning or later to give the Yankees the lead.
It was also Judge’s sixth go-ahead home run of the season.