An Achilles tear in training camp last year ultimately

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An Achilles tear in training camp last year ultimately

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When Jason Verrett has been able to play football Rock Ya-Sin Jersey , he’s shown himself capable of playing at a level among the best in the league at cornerback. However, numerous serious injuries have significantly curtailed Verrett’s ability to play during his first five seasons in the NFL.Verrett is with a new team but again working back from a major injury. brought his tenure with the Chargers to an end. Now with the San Francisco 49ers, Verrett’s new team is doing their best to ease him into the mix while not asking him to do too much too fast.According to Grant Cohn of the , the 49ers have kept Verrett with their backup units since the start of training camp and are monitoring his reps closely.“We’re managing (Verrett) to make sure he doesn’t have to be an All-Pro player yet,” defensive coordinator Robert Saleh said after practice. “Just continue to climb the ladder and get better every day. We will continue to increase his workload as (camp) goes on. Excited about where he’s at, and he’s only going to get better. He hasn’t even scratched the surface of what he’s capable of.”Verrett made the Pro Bowl in his only full season of action with the Chargers. But Verrett played in just 11 total games in the other four seasons he spent with the team. Verrett said he considered retirement following the Achilles tear last season. He still doesn’t feel like he’s back to full strength but is happy with his progress.“I’m working toward that every day ,” Verrett said. “It’s going to be a marathon getting my feet back under me, but I like the pace I’m at now. My Achilles feels good. It’s just about physically being out there and gaining confidence.” Former Chargers defensive lineman Corey Liuget is one of our top-ranked available free agents. A recent donation he made suggests that Liuget isn’t desperate to sign a big contract.Liuget has announced a $250,000 donation to Illinois, his alma mater, which suggests that he’s not hurting for money. The donation will go toward a players’ lounge in the football facility.“The University of Illinois shaped me to be a hard worker and showed me how important it is to stay on track and to achieve your goals,” Liuget said. “I wanted to make this gift and put my name on the Players’ Lounge because I want recruits to see that we have football traditions , players in the NFL, first-round picks. Illinois can make you whatever you want to be.”If Liuget can afford to give away $250,000 while he’s not under contract, that would indicate he has managed his money well and isn’t in any hurry to get with a new team. Liuget hasn’t said anything publicly about his plans for the 2019 season, but he may be biding his time and waiting for the right opportunity with the right team, rather than jumping at the first contract with guaranteed money he can get.The 29-year-old Liuget is coming off an injury-shortened 2018 season , but when healthy he was a consistent starter for the Chargers. Liuget is the No. 44 player in our Free Agent Top 100, and one of only four players in the Top 100 still available.

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