NS Tampa Bay Buccaneers Promised to bring in more weapons Bouncy ball Attack this past off-season and receive threats especially from the backfield. They found themselves signing an eight-year veteran running back Giovani Bernard.
Bernard spent his entire career as Cincinnati Bengal and became known for his ability to catch football. Therefore, the challenge he faces in 2021 is to become familiar with the new system, not its department.
Following Friday’s practice, Bernard said, “I find it always difficult for any NFL player to come in and learn a whole new attack.” “There’s a little adjustment period. That’s why I was here during OTA. I’m an 8-year-old guy, but make sure I’m here so I can get something like that I wanted to. “
Regardless of your profession, entering a new environment requires you to quickly become accustomed to the new process. One way to do this is to ask a lot of questions.
Bernard is doing just that by looking for answers from his new Buccane teammates and attending.
“I confirmed I was here during the mini camp. I still ask questions, what I see from the players, how I see them, how things develop. I keep learning every day by asking, “Bernard said. “I repeatedly learned the process by understanding it and being accountable. After all, I don’t want to spoil it and cause anything to happen in the play. I surpass my P and Q. , I want to support this team. “
The regular season is a little over a month away. But Bernard sounds like he’s ready for a new attack and is on the right track to not ruin anything.
– NFL Sports
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