Read below to see Arizona Cardinals Kyler Murray’s first day at rookie minicamp, Denver Broncos quarterback Drew Lock adjustming to the playbook, and New York Jets Quinnen Williams’ reaction to meeting one of his favorite players. Also, Atlanta Falcons rookies Chris Lindstrom and Kaleb McGary had their first NFL practice while Deion Sanders has an important question to ask.
Williams is excited to meet Bell
New York Jets rookie defensive tackle Quinnen Williams couldn’t hide his excitement during the press conference and he couldn’t get over meeting his favorite players such as Le’Veon Bell. Williams also stated that he is ready to sack every quarterback he faces in his first NFL season.
Don't let the smile fool you, though.
"I'm gonna go out there and try to sack every last quarterback." pic.twitter.com/NTTrZB3Frl
— New York Jets (@nyjets) May 10, 2019
Falcons’ rookies had their first NFL practice
The Atlanta Falcons selected a couple of offensive linemen in the 2019 NFL Draft and they experienced their first NFL practice, conducted by offensive line coach Chris Morgan. Click out to see Chris Lindstrom and Kaleb McGary in action.
We gave the 🎙 to offensive line coach Chris Morgan. pic.twitter.com/zL168hepFg
— Atlanta Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons) May 11, 2019
Lock adjusts to the playbook
The Denver Broncos selected former Missouri Tigers quarterback Drew Lock with the 42nd overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft with the plan of making him a future starting quarterback. For now, Lock will serve as Joe Flacco’s backup and he spoke about his impressions from his first practice with the Broncos.
“They’ve put a little bit on us, but that is what you expect when you come out here and it’s your first time playing in the NFL." @DrewLock23 adjusting to playbook, play calls as NFL career begins » https://t.co/imYxkEKW5R pic.twitter.com/roFPgmyWzy
— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) May 11, 2019
Murray’s first day at minicamp
Kyler Murray arrived in Arizona and the former Oklahoma Sooners quarterback was busy on his first day at Arizona’s rookie minicamp.
Back to work.
— NFL (@NFL) May 10, 2019
Sanders with a big question
I’m sitting here asking myself what am I missing? It can’t be this simple! Why hadn’t anybody really said something? How is the @nfl & @ncaa football players 70 to 80% Black but the Head Coaches don’t represent 5% combined? Are they saying what I think they’re saying!! #Truth
— Deion Sanders (@DeionSanders) May 11, 2019