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Offensive tackle D.J. Humphries is giving it another go this training camp. After being picked in the first round of the 2015 draft, he sat all last season. Humphries was not active for one single game in 2015.
Former NFL offensive lineman Max Starks has been mentoring him and according to azsports.com, Starks said Humphries is making good progress in camp. Much of that can be attributed to both mental and physical changes in the offseason.
He was deemed as slow last training camp by Arians. It seemed as if Humphries wasn’t ready for the daily grind of the NFL. So, he sat inactive for the entire season.
Now Humphries comes into 2016 as a possible starter and looks to show his work in the offseason has paid off and will start paying dividends on Sunday’s this fall.