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.
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Latest Videos in Defensive Back
Former Michigan DB/LB Jabrill Peppers is having a great time grinding at EXOS San Diego as he prepares for the 2017 NFL Combine.
The Super Bowl champion cornerback shows some of the drills he performs during the offseason to stay sharp on the field.
Try these cone drills to be faster and more agile in coverage.
Before he was a Pro Bowl player and Super Bowl champion, Chris Harris Jr. was unemployed and doubted. This is how he proved everyone wrong and worked his way to being an elite NFL DB.
Brandon Godsey, Ohio National Guard Captain and former NFL player, demonstrates the defensive back technique used in man-to-man coverage.