Wondering if anyone has heard how Jake was doing at camp? The one article I was able to find goes back to July 31, but it looks like the author projects Jake to be on the 53 man roster. If anyone else has any information; please share.
Hopefully he can make a great impression on specials and stick. Type of guy you would want on your team. That second shoulder surgery was bad on multiple levels. Timing. Could not happened at a worse time in making him miss the combine. But he was a team guy by choosing to play on and not get surgery right away. Helped his team. Hurt his NFL chances. That shows character. Something a lot of locker rooms are lacking today.
Stupid analysis. The guy basically says he doesn't like Knott because of one play in practice where he got burned on the corner. Then goes on to say that he likes everything else about him, but the one bad play soured his opinion of Knott.
'Any fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius-and a lot of courage-to move in the opposite direction.'
First time in a long time, I'm actually looking forward to a NFL Preseason game. It seems like he's at least getting noticed (see quote and attached article)
"One guy I, personally, want to watch is Jake Knott, the undrafted linebacker from Iowa State. With Jason Phillips out for the year, Knott has a chance to step up and possibly earn a backup and special teams role."
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