One of them is rookie defensive back
It’s safe to say the 5-foot-11, 174-pounder has made his presence felt with multiple pass break-ups and interceptions.
On Sunday, Kazee picked off quarterback
Kazee’s play has also caught Ryan’s attention, too.
“I think our young guys have a done a good job,” Ryan said. “They’re aggressive, learning the system. The one thing you see is great effort. I mean, going after the ball non-stop. They give great effort towards the football, so I’ve been impressed with what they’ve done.”
On Sunday, I sat down with Kazee and asked him to grade his four days of training camp, the transition from college to the NFL, playing multiple positions and what he plans to do during his off day.
Question: What do you think about all of the big plays you’ve made in camp so far?
Kazee: “I’m excited, I’m just out here trying to make the team better, make my brothers happy. They do their job, I’ve gotta do my job.”
Q: If you had to grade yourself, what letter grade would you give yourself?
Kazee: “Obviously I’d grade myself as not where I need to be at right now. I still need to progress. I’d give myself a ‘D’ right now.”
Q: Overall, how…
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