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Defensive Backs Drills -11 Drills to Improve Your Secondary

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© August, 2008


by Chris Booth
Former Head Coach • Peterstown, WV

A good defensive back must have the ability to cover receivers, tackle running backs and do this most of the time in a one-on-one situation. In this article we will examine a number of drills that will improve the skills of these players to accomplish their responsibilities.

Impaired View

    On defensive day we start our defensive backs with two impaired view drills. The first drill that we do is the one line tip drill and the second drill is the duck. In both drills the players get in a single line 15 yards ah ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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