“The more reps he got, the better he got with just playing football,” Barone said, “a lot of it with his run blocking, his pass protection, his route running, knowing how to run certain routes versus man and versus zone and things like that. The big thing for him moving forward is going to be taking the next step in that progression, and a lot of it is understanding pre-snap versus post-snap, how to adjust things on the run.
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A year of NFL experience for Cole Kmet — plus a more normal offseason program — has the Chicago Bears tight end feeling stronger, faster and more confident