Across the NFL, free agents have been freed.
Draftees have been, well, drafted.
And apparently bad turns of phrases are running rampant.
From coast to coast, scores of players have either changed teams or found the first of their NFL careers. Areas of need have been addressed. Holes have been filled.nfl jerseys from china
But there’s only so much cap space to be spent. So many players in each draft class.
For some teams, it’s just a matter of numbers. There were more holes to fill than options to fill them with. Others still won’t find out if their needs are met until players hit the field for training camp and games.
And for a fortunate few, “need” is a relative concept—their biggest holes are still small.
However, big or small, many or few, every NFL team has a need that looms above the rest.
On one hand, the Arizona Cardinals official nfl jerseys cheap have expressed a significant level of confidence in young tackle D.J. Humphries. The Redbirds picked up his fifth-year option for 2019, and Humphries told Tim Ring he believes he’s matured as a player.
“Maturing over time, I think that’s something that everybody does. I’m just blessed to be in a position to have the opportunity to be able to mature and step in and do the stuff I nfl authentic jerseys said I was going to do as a rookie when I was that guy. I’m just blessed to be sitting in front of you all today still in the same colors and show that progress and not have to do it from another team.”
But this is the same Humphries who was inactive for his entire rookie season in 2015 because of poor play—the only first-round pick who was. And while he has improved (nowhere to go but up), he’s missed 14 games over the past two years.
The Cardinals are putting an awful lot of faith in Humphries’ ability to stay healthy and be effective in 2018.nfl authentic jerseys cheap
If he can’t, odds are, neither will quarterbacks Sam Bradford or Josh Rosen.nfl jersey wholesale