Doug Marrone talks Gardner Minshew, CJ Henderson, James Robinson & Jags Win vs. Colts (Week 1 Post-Game)

September 15, 2020 12:55 AM
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Watch as Doug Marrone talks Gardner Minshew, CJ Henderson, James Robinson & Jags Win vs. Colts (Week 1 Post-Game)

Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone had high praise for his defensive and offensive rookie standouts. Speaking on 1st round CJ Henderson, Marrone had this to say: “He’s a guy that really has great ability and has the ability to make plays and really be a difference-maker. I think there’s probably some technique stuff that we’ll keep going and correct. And that’s what’s great about CJ. He’s constantly wanting to learn, he constantly wants to be a better football player, and we think he’s a heck of a player now. So I think a young player like that, all of a sudden you get out there, thrown out there, not a lot of people saying things and you get your first pick in the first game, plus-two in the turnover bracket. That’s a lot, I mean, he did a nice job. He broke on the ball—but he’s been doing that in camp, so the one thing, if someone said, ‘Hey were you surprised?’ I’d say, ‘No.’ Because you could see his footwork, you could see what he does, and you could see how hard he works when he’s out there. And the greatest part about CJ is just really how important it is to him.”

And adding more high praise for Jags undrafted rookie James Robinson: “All I can tell you is what I see the guy do on the field, and unless he just, for lack of a better term, ‘poops the bed’ when the lights are on, I feel that this guy is going to be a good football player. And I think—I didn’t realize that one play, when he jumped up and came through that tackle, I didn’t think he had that in him. So I’m not going to test all that in practice.”


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