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to appear on the injury report. And he continues to play.Which tends to make everyone numb to his ongoing presence on the injury report. It shouldn’t Derrius Guice Jersey , for a couple of reasons.Peterson continues to have a shoulder injury. Something happened to it during the Thanksgiving game against Dallas, forcing him out of the game for a bit. While he finished, and even though he has had extra time from a Thursday to the following Monday to heal, he didn’t practice on Thursday or Friday in advance of the NFC East showdown with the Eagles, and Peterson was limited on Friday.He’s technically questionable, along with seven other teammates. None are out, and none are doubtful. That puts all of them in the vague gulf from 50-50 to having a slight chance to not play. (The other questionable players are linebacker Zach Brown (knee), cornerback Quinton Dunbar (shin), defensive lineman Matt Ioannidis (shin), tackle Morgan Moses (knee) Jonathan Allen Jersey , receiver Jamison Crowder (ankle), receiver Trey Quinn (ankle), and tight end Jordan Reed (back).)Quarterback Colt McCoy appeared on the report all week with left shoulder and thumb injuries. However, he fully participated in practice every day, and he has no designation entering a critical game that, barring a victory, could make it very difficult for Washington to win the division.Peterson has started all 11 games this year, and he has 758 rushing yards. That puts him on pace for 1,102 yards for the season. Hogs Haven takes a look at 2019 NFL Draft prospects that could contribute to the Redskins"Davante Davis, CBSchool: Texas | Conference: BIG 12College Experience: Senior | Age: 22?Height / Weight: 6-2 / 202 lbsProjected Draft Status: 5th or 6th RoundNFL Comparison: James BradberryCollege StatisticsPlayer OverviewDavante Davis was a 4-star recruit from Miami Montae Nicholson Jersey , Florida who chose Texas over his hometown Hurricanes, Florida State, Ohio State, Alabama, Clemson, and a lot of other top programs because of the relationship he built up with former head coach Charlie Strong. Davis got playing time early in his career and meshed with defensive backs coach Chris Vaughn. Vaughn left Texas after he was accused of violating several NCAA rules include those relating creating fraudulent SAT and ACT scores to satisfy academic standards for recruits while he was a coach at Ole Miss. After Vaughn left a new defensive backs coach took over and didn’t give Davis much playing time in his sophomore season. Texas cleaned house with their coaching staff the following season and the same thing happened. Davis a top recruit wasn’t being used as he anticipated and his confidence suffered. Unfortunately he did not get back on track until this past season. This past season was his first as a starter and he finally flashed the skills that made him a top recruit in the first place. Texas defensive coordinator Todd Orlando praised Davis for his growth and polish in his game. Davis may have been a late bloomer in college due to unfortunate circumstances but he has plenty of upside left to keep improving in the right system and situation. StrengthsExcellent size, good athleticism and explosion for position.Tough, physical player who has no problem coming in and tackling in run support. Fights through blocks and wraps up well. Has decent fluidity and smoothness with his backpedal and bail technique. Looks a lot better as a zone defender than a man coverage guy. Keeping plays in front of him he can use his recognition of routes to close in coverage quickly. Uses his length and physicality to knock receivers off their routes and disrupt passes. Shows decent ball skills. Finished his college career on a high note and has the potential to play either corner or safety.WeaknessesDoesn’t have the acceleration to stick with speedy receivers downfield. He’s a long strider but not very quick and when guys go past him he can panic and interfere. Takes the cheese way too much in man coverage and needs to play the receiver more and remained disciplines and not give away too much. Agility is limited for the position and a position switch may be in order. Lost confidence and play declined in college. What is his mental toughness now?Let’s see his work:More Davante Davis videosHow He Would Fit On The RedskinsWhile every position in football requires confidence cornerback arguably is at the top of the list of positions where this is most important. Corners have to have the ability to take things one play at a time and be able to quickly put bad plays behind them and move forward on the field. Due to lots of instability with his coaching staff at Texas and a few bad experiences on the field he went through a rut in college. What is great about Davis, and what should inspire a team to take a chance on him is that he overcame this portion of his career and closed out strong. He needs a lot of work technique wise but I think he has some promise as a late round boundary corner playing zone. Assuming the Redskins will still be a zone heavy team I think there is definitely a place for Davis to compete with Adonis Alexander at the back of the roster. Furthermore Davis may bring greater value because of his tackling ability and physical style of play which could be used on special teams. I think the team’s safety depth is decent but if they ever felt the need to convert him they could try that out too. Davis needs to get on the field in the pros one way or another to keep building on the momentum he’s gained. If he can learn to play disciplined while taking his chances at the right time along with a few other nuances he could be a nice value for a late round pick.
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