“Discipline. Every little thing he do is about discipline. And a lot of players respect that,” said Tunsil, via Tom Pelissero.
Tunsil added that he enjoys “being the underdog” and believes teams around the NFL think the Dolphins are “rebuilding”.
“I love being the underdog. I love when people think we’re rebuilding and we’re just going to come out and beat some ass,” said Tunsil, via Pelissero.
The Jaguars signed G Andrew Norwell to a massive five-year, $66.5 million contract last year, but he was unable to live up to his deal in his first year with Jacksonville.
Norwell mentions that injuries factored into his disappointing 2018 season, but he says he’s “not going to let my teammates down like that again.”
“It’s no excuse, but it wasn’t my healthiest season,” Norwell said, via The Florida Times-Union. “I battled through it and ultimately had a significant injury there and that ended my season. I was very disappointed. I’m not going to let my teammates down like that again.”
“I was my same self,” Norwell added. “I just struggled through some injuries the whole year. I really just couldn’t get healthy. I wasn’t practicing consistently every week. It was just pretty tough on me. You know what? That’s why you fall back on your fundamentals and work hard. What got me here, you just fall back on that.”
- Jaguars HC Doug Marrone mentioned that first-round DE Josh Allen would “technically” be ready for minicamp next week but also probably won’t return until training camp. (Phillip Heilman)
- According to Marrone, rookie RB Ryquell Armstead has a “slight hamstring” injury and is not expected back until training camp. (Phillip Heilman)
- Per Michael DiRocco, Terrelle Pryor‘s contract with the Jaguars is a one-year deal worth $930,000 and carries a cap figure of $645,000 for the 2019 season.