Jack Elliott was the definition of a no-name player when the Union picked the centerback out of West Virginia in the fourth round of the 2017 draft. But he is far from unknown now, having played over 5,700 minutes across 65 Union games since turning pro.
Zach Ertz caught 116 passes last season, which was the most ever by an NFL tight end. Now, he's got DeSean Jackson back on his team to put the fear of God into opposing safeties and open up the middle of the field. What can he do for an encore?
The 31-year old hasn’t publicly stated his demands, but he has had made his stance fairly clear with a series of game film postings on Twitter over the last few weeks that have highlighted his on-field proficiency.