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Quinton Coples Displays Plenty of Giddyup


Entering his second year, Quinton Coples will transition from a defensive end to a D-line/linebacker hybrid. With the change in position comes a change in responsibilities. As he transfers into the second level of the defense, containing quarterbacks and showing off his speed will be even more necessary than before. (New York Jets)

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