Originally Posted by SNR
Yep. And that probably has a lot to do with coaching.
In the pros I hope he gets with a coach who will encourage him to use his mobility. The problem is breaking out of that habit usually requires some time on the bench. Kansas City doesn't have time to let Geno develop for a season before throwing him out there.
I am fully confident that Arians would have him ready to play game one.
"You’re out there playing against another man who is basically now trying to take your place and try and make your team lose a game and I’m not having that. I am going to do whatever it takes to protect my island and protect my team, first and foremost.” - Marcus Peters