Buffalo Funds head coach Sean McDermott is attempting to gentle a fire beneath defensive end Shaq Lawson.
Lawson acknowledged currently that he is approaching “day-after-day like my job is on the highway.” Given McDermott’s present suggestions, perhaps it is best that the 2016 first-round selection is a bit on edge.
“Like most of our guys, and on this case Shaq, it’s a time for us to develop, to review, and this case for Shaq, it’s time that he steps up,” McDermott acknowledged, by means of the Buffalo Info.
“He’s adopting the habits of what it takes to attain success on this league on and off the sector and he’s fixed every on his technique off the sector as he is on the sector. That’s what we’re really looking out for out of Shaq just like the rest of our players, really, with adjusting to the NFL, adjusting to what’s anticipated from them and so he continues to develop and improve in these areas.”
Lawson was the 19th whole determine of the 2016 NFL Draft by the Funds after a star-studded career at Clemson. However the 23-year-old has appeared in solely 21 of 32 video video games in his first two seasons — 11 of them begins.
An ankle injury in early December ended Lawson’s sophomore season. The 6-foot-Three, 267-pound Lawson had a team-high four sacks on the time sooner than occurring injured reserve, forcing him to miss the Funds’ first playoff sport since 1999.
Lawson obtained a late start in his expert career. He started his rookie season on the bodily unable to hold out guidelines whereas recovering from shoulder surgical process and did not make it onto the sector until Week 7.
At Clemson, Lawson led the nation with 25.5 tackles for loss and was a consensus first-team All-American in 2015. Nonetheless, he was restricted to 13 tackles and two sacks whereas displaying in 10 video video games, principally in a reserve place, as a rookie.