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The second round of the NFL draft got underway along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia on Friday night. League commissioner Roger Goodell is famously a target of fans ire, and he regularly gets booed while stepping to the podium on draft nights. Goodell had a plan — and maybe it was tongue in cheek — to circumvent this problem for himself on Friday. He brought along a local legend.
Goodell walked to the draft stage alongside former Eagles quarterback and current Guy On TV Who Really Loves Philadelphia Ron Jaworski. He was booed anyway; the presence of Jaworski did little to quell the peoples outburst toward the commish.
Aaron Donald Jersey Jaworski did his best to be a loyal hype man, while Goodell took the fans voracious jeering in stride as well as he could have. This was fine.
At 61 and 211 pounds, Wilson is a big, physical cornerback who, to some, resembles a linebacker and thrives in big matchups. He shadows receivers well, tracking routes step for step. His fluid hips prevent many gaps in coverage, making even quick outs a tough sell. According to Pro Football Focus, this led to just 16 receptions against him last fall — or just 1.2 per game.
Hes aggressive near the line of scrimmage and explodes toward the ball when its heading his way, leading to three interceptions and six pass breakups on just 49 targets in 2016. Hes also able to use that aggression to shed blocks and attack runners, where he tackles well.