And JT Barrett is the biggest loser.
With running back Mark
Ingram set to miss the first four games of the 2018
season thanks to a PED suspension, there’s pressure on Alvin Kamara
to be even more than the offensive weapon who took home OROY honors
Holder of the New Orleans
Times-Picayune, Kamara dazzled on the first
day of minicamp, snaring a pass in tight coverage that left “Marshon
Lattimore and Marcus
Williams looking at each other wondering what
You got Kamara’d is what
seen Kamara make contested catches when it counts, having made a
clutch touchdown catch against the Minnesota
Vikings in the 2017 playoffs.
Former Tennessee backup running back Alvin
Kamara with another game-changing play for the Saints. AK even
played dead after the catch and then gave the cameras his trademark
smile and chuckle. pic.twitter.com/Fr7oDan8VP
Jesse Simonton (@JesseReSimonton) January
That being said, if “Kamara’d” would become a verb,
I doubt it would be for his pass-catching, but rather his ability
to slip out of a would-be tackler’s arms.
DraftKings (@DraftKings) November
id=”y3Uepf”>And he’s been doing it since college:
SEC Network (@SECNetwork) November
But it’s not all happy reports coming out of Saints
minicamp. The biggest loser named by Bleacher Report is former Ohio
State QB JT Barrett:
This one’s hardly a surprise. Sure, JT Barrett was a
wildly successful quarterback at Ohio State. But Barrett did more
damage with his legs than his arm.
Simply put, there’s a reason Barrett wasn’t
Barrett has struggled
mightily throwing the ball throughout offseason workouts, and
minicamp was no different. He may have broken many of Drew
Brees’ Big Ten records in college, but Berrett’s not
going to sniff any of Brees’ numbers in the pros.
Or Bobby Hebert’s, for that matter.
Read the Canal Street Chronicles article: www.canalstreetchronicles.com/2018/6/21/17470898/alvin-kamara-the-biggest-winner-of-saints-minicamp-jt-barrett-ohio-state-quarterback-running-back
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