cornerback

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  • He played cornerback during his first three years, before moving to strong safety as a senior.
  • By his senior season he was one of the top cornerbacks in the nation.
  • During training camp he was tried at cornerback, but the team eventually moved him to safety.
  • He won the job as a starting cornerback by the second game of the season.
  • He started the last four games of the season at cornerback.
  • He also played four official college games as a cornerback.
  • He also saw limited time at cornerback during that season.
  • For the first time in his college career he played cornerback against Pittsburgh.
  • This made him the second-highest paid cornerback in the league.
  • He started for all four years as a left cornerback after being a wide receiver in high school.
  • He became just the second true freshman in school history to start at cornerback on opening day.
  • He became a starter at right cornerback the third week of regular season.
  • Brown played cornerback as a freshman before playing both safety positions in final three seasons.
  • During his debut game he entered the game as a nickel cornerback and also played on special teams.
  • He also had the most interceptions out of any cornerback for high school.
  • He moved to cornerback in 2003 where he started six of eight games he appeared.
  • When he returned, he spent most of the season as a reserve, starting two games at boundary cornerback.
  • He was moved to cornerback but played sparingly the first two seasons of his career.
  • He played cornerback on defense and had seven pass interceptions in his career.
  • He went on to start all three games at cornerback and stayed a few weeks after the strike ended, before being released.
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Words starting with cornerback

Meaning of cornerback

  • noun A defensive football player stationed outside the linebackers