Max Unger still remembers the first time he heard Drew Brees call a play in a live huddle.
He had gone through the installs and practices. But when the first call came in, it was hard. There was a lot to process, and, well, it took some time to get comfortable with it all.
"When I got traded, it was my eighth year, I think," Unger said. "I played a lot of football, but it was a pretty good learning curve, just the speed of which you are expected to grasp it and hear the play call and digest all that information and get the line and make the calls. It's hard."
Zion Williamson looks like a football player. He always has, but the photo that circulated of him in the Pelicans’ weight room this week reignited those thoughts. If you didn’t know any better, you might guess that a Saints rookie was working out across the parking lot. The question is if Williamson were to put […]