Ronald Darby, CB
Ronald Darby wasn’t consistent in 2018. But when he was playing well, he was looking like a lockdown cornerback. Unfortunately, a torn ACL prevented him from finishing the year. He will be back in time for week one, and many are interested to see if he can earn himself a big payday in free agency next offseason or not.
Rasul Douglas, CB
Last year, Rasul Douglas was forced into the fire. After multiple injuries at the cornerback position, Douglas eventually had to take over. He had a slow start, but quickly adjusted on the run and began to establish himself as a decent cornerback. Then, he was labeled as one of the most improved players this offseason having a solid camp. He hasn’t won over Jim Schwartz entirely yet, but some players have high hopes for Douglas.
Brandon Graham, DE
Here’s another guy that struggled to play to the best of his ability last year. Since Graham had a sprained ankle from the Super Bowl run, he decided to get operated on days after the game. He was able to return by week one but had no practice under his belt, resulting in an off-year. This year, Brandon Graham is feeling much better and looks a lot healthier. We can expect him to be a problem for quarterbacks this season once again.