Defensive Back

In the game of football, defensive backs are the key to shutting down high powered offensive. At the NFL level, DBs match up against the multiple wide-receiver sets, loaded with athletes usually taller and stronger than they are. That's why defensive backs drills work on footwork, and why DBs put a premium on the 40-Yard Dash. You have to be both quick and fast to play football as a defensive back, and STACK's has the inside info to get you there.

Latest in Defensive Back

5 Reasons Why Every High School Football Player Should Play 7-on-7

Last week, STACK attended the 2016 IMG 7v7 National Championship. More than 60 teams from around the country converged on Bradenton, Florida, to b...

By: Brandon Hall

Tyrann Mathieu Goes Vegan, Is Recovering From ACL Surgery 'Like Wolverine'

Photo via When the Arizona Cardinals lost safety Tyrann Mathieu to a torn ACL with two games left in the 2015 regular season, it imm...

By: Jordan Zirm

Lock Down Your Side of the Field with the DB Backpedal and Weave Drill

Athletically gifted defensive backs can rely on their speed and agility to close on a ball and disrupt a short pass play. However, cover corners who h...

By: Zac Clark

Defensive Back Drills to Improve Your Footwork

Since leaving Vanderbilt University in 2008 ReShard Langford has spent time as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles, the Kansas City Chiefs and the...

By: Joseph Potts

A Solid Workout Program for Next-Level Defensive Backs

Defensive backs have to be sharp and versatile on the field. To enable them to move effectively in any direction, their training needs to address se...

By: Jamal Baptiste

Latest Videos in Defensive Back

National Guard: Man-to-Man Coverage Technique

Brandon Godsey, Ohio National Guard Captain and former NFL player, demonstrates the defensive back technique used in man-to-man coverage.

Path to the Pros 2012: Janoris Jenkins

Janoris Jenkins is out to prove he's one of the most complete cornerback prospects in the 2012 NFL Draft.

Devin and Jason McCourty Off-Season Speed and Agility Training

Twin brothers Devin and Jason McCourty provide an exclusive look into their off-season speed and agility <a href=""><strong>football</strong></a> training at their alma mater, Rutgers University.

Four-Cone Backpedal and Break Drill With Devin and Jason McCourty

In this football training video, NFL cornerbacks and twin brothers Devin and Jason McCourty perform a Four-Cone Backpedal and Break Drill during an off-season workout at Rutgers University.

Devin and Jason McCourty Defensive Back Drill

NFL cornerbacks and twin brothers Devin and Jason McCourty improve their coverage skills by performing a DB Route Tree, a drill that mimics different wide receiver routes and patterns they'll face during the season.