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Injury Insurance"WhitePodcast Film Review Fanposts Fanshots Ravens StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Ravens ReportYahoo Ravens Depth ChartYahoo Ravens TransactionsYahoo Ravens PhotosAbout Odds Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Why the Ravens selected CB Iman MarshallNew [url=]2019 Iman Marshall Jersey[/url] ,2commentsInjury InsuranceEDTShareTweetShareShareWhy the Ravens selected CB Iman MarshallIman Marshall fits the Baltimore Ravens defensive scheme. Ravens CBs typically are long, good tacklers and grabby. Marshall was a four-year starter for the USC Trojans, being tested against the likes of John Ross, J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, N’Keal Harry, Miles Boykin, Parris Campbell, Terry McLaurin, Chris Godwinand Calvin Ridley, to name a few. Iman has been penalized frequently for defensive holding and pass interference, but so was Marlon Humphrey at Alabama. In college, surrendering 15 yards is far better than getting beat over the top. Marshall is extremely physical and has good speed to recover. He ran a 4.53 in Indianapolis [url=]White Tavon Young Jersey[/url] , and that shows up on tape. He often elects to break up passes as opposed to trying to intercept the ball, which is the signature of a press-man corner. This is why the Ravens corners typically don’t net more than three interceptions. Marshall is suffocating in coverage, which leads to penalties, but doesn’t lead to receptions. Lets take a look at his tape— Iman Marshall uses the sideline as an extra defender, using his strength and technique to force receivers out of bounds on their routes. He has an alpha-dog mentality when the route goes vertical, wanting to physically beat his opponent down. He tackles well, wraps up and lays the hit-stick frequently. Marshall was a free safety in high-school and it wouldn’t be surprising to see him as a match-up FS in a few years. If the Ravens part ways with Jimmy Smith and/or Brandon Carr next season, Marshall and Anthony Averett present solid alternatives for the Ravens secondary. This pick might be the best of the Ravens draft.Rookie Prediction:Iman Marshall beats out Maurice Canady, rounding out the Ravens secondary alongside Anthony Averett. He will be an immediate gunner on kick-off, punt coverage and punt return. His big hits on special teams will make him a fan favorite while he’s being groomed to become a starter beyond 2019. Former 2015 first-round pick Breshad Perriman has finally landed another job in the NFL. After working out for five teams — Bills, Jets, Giants [url=]Tavon Young Jersey 2019[/url] , Eagles, and Redskins — Perriman has agreed to a contract with Washington, per Adam Schefter.The Redskins have a need at wide receiver. They have placed Trey Quinn and Cam Sims on injured reserve, and although Paul Richardson played in week two, he is dealing with an AC joint injury. Washington also signed wide receiver Michael Floyd, per Ian Rapoport. As for the addition of Perriman, he could bring a different element to the Redskins’ new-look offense. He has exceptional speed and rare size, but his unrefined route running and inconsistent hands are certainly a concern. Throughout his time in Baltimore, Perriman struggled with drops, and it ultimately led to his release.He is now the only first-round pick in franchise history to be released before his rookie contract expired. Perriman knew he was fighting an uphill battle to make the roster entering training camp.He put together a solid training camp and preseason, but it did not start the way many had hoped. Perriman dropped the ball on his first target of the 2018 preseason, and it was intercepted. After his first target [url=]White Matt Skura Jersey[/url] , he did not record a single drop and put together a solid preseason performance. Perriman finished with 11 receptions for 136 yards and a touchdown, including a 32-yard touchdown.Perriman may go down as one of the biggest busts in franchise history, but head coach John Harbaugh thinks a change of scenery could bode well for the former UCF wide receiver.“To me, that’s the thing that I think he’s excited about and I’m excited about for him. You get a chance to get a fresh start, a healthy start. He had his best camp, because he was in camp and played well [and was] very productive in the games and in practice,” Harbaugh said after the Ravens released Perriman. “I’m hopeful for him. I want to see him do well. You become friends with these guys, and I want to see them be successful.”

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