In the spirit of reading too much into things in the week leading up to the 2016 NFL Draft, let's talk about Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley's recent comments on Jalen Ramsey. The Florida State standout is the best defensive back in the draft, but there's always been a back-and-forth conversation about whether he'd be best used as a cornerback or a safety.
Honestly, you could put him anywhere on the field and he'd be a nightmare for opposing offensive coordinators, but when Bradley was asked about Ramsey, he shed some light into how the Jaguars might use him.
"I think when you look at corners like that, very athletic -- his length, size and speed and how productive he was," Bradley said on Friday afternoon. "His interview, I thought was really good. I liked his approach. His length, his size and speed."
When Bradley was later asked to clarify if he thought Ramsey would be best served as a cornerback or a safety in the NFL, Bradley went back to the coach speak about how he could excel at a number of positions.
"I think whenever you have a guy that can play both positions like that, it’s intriguing. The challenge would be – one of the scenarios, if it happens, where would he play for us? That’s the conversations we’ve had. It’s a legit conversation now because he is that talented."
Did Bradley let slip that the Jaguars view him more as a cornerback and shed some light into why they didn't pursue free agent cornerback Josh Norman this week? Or was it just a simple case of Bradley using the terms "corner" and "defensive back" interchangeably?