Found July 06, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
PLAYERS: Bruce Irvin
TEAMS: Seattle Seahawks
Getty Images According to Dan Arkush of ProFootballWeekly.com, Seattle Seahawks first round pick Bruce Irvin has made a very good impression so far. “A lot of people thought he’d be a one-trick pony — just a pure speed edge rusher,” one daily team observer said of Irvin, the likely heir apparent at the “Leo” position to Clemons, who is entering his contract year and, according to some in league circles, might be leaning toward entering the free-agent market next offseason. “You can’t help but notice his speed and explosiveness right off the bat. But he’s already shown that there’s more to his game.”
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