Kendall Fuller says players appreciated Ron Rivera was ‘forward’ on QB change
According to CB Fuller, the players estimated that Rivera was a "striker" on a QB move that originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington
Every time an NFL franchise takes a new direction at Quarterback, it affects the entire organization. The offensive game plan changes, expectations change, and the topic dominates the conversation around the team that leads to the new signal caller's first game.
Such is the case in Washington, where head coach Ron Rivera announced this week that quarterback Dwayne Haskins will be placed in favor of Kyle Allen for his sophomore year prior to the week five matchup against the Los Angeles Rams. Cornerback Kendall Fuller spoke to NBC Sports Washington's JP Finlay about how Rivera announced to the team that a change had been made.
"Let's just know, be a little bit in front of everyone, be honest, go forward with everyone, just let us know which way we're going," Fuller said. "That's something I know the offensive guys appreciate. Defensive guys appreciate that our defensive coaches work directly with us."
Washington's defense entered the 2020 season with different expectations than the other side of the ball. As important as a quarterback move is to the offense, Fuller's focus is on getting his job done on Sunday against the Rams.
"You're just trying not to pay attention," Fuller said. "Especially as a defender, as a cornerstone, there are things to worry about in crime - people, head coaches, offensive coordinators like Sean McVay and things like that. They try not to focus too much on them. Just try that to do what you can do each week to help us win ball games. "
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