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Giants' Kavon Thibodeau motivated by draft snub: Former coach

Foxborough, Massachusetts — On the eve of their preseason debut with the Patriots,the final 23-21 Giants beat. The Oaks, who coached him at his Christian (California) High School and last season in Oregon, have a team (Jaguars, Lions, Texans, Jets) will survive. regret it. 

"Absolutely, in my opinion," said Tim DeLeiter, who was his defensive coordinator at the University of Oregon last year and now works for Texas. told to "But everyone has to choose for their own reasons and what is best for the club, so I understand that. Although I think the rational side of Kayvon understands that. , his emotional side pisses him off. Teams that pass him remember he had a chance." 

"Of course," said Thibodeau. high school coach Charles Collins told the Post. , thought football wasn't as important to Clowney's kid as KT. I think if they had dug a little deeper, they would have realized he was Jim Rat.He sticks to his technique and gets things right Do it in a way and stick to perfection in everything you do to get to different bases and quarterbacks.” 

Who does he remind you of? 

"Boy from Cleveland [Miles Garrett]," said Collins. “I think he has a similar power to [Myka] Parsons from Dallas. 

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DeRuyter was the assistant head coach of the Texas A's.&when M von Miller played there in 2010. 

"They are both elite pass rushers, but with different styles," he said DeRuyter. “KT has an elite dropoff, but he’s more of a speed-to-power guy. Kavon, on the other hand, is really heavy-handed and can knock tackles backwards and play guys with two gaps.” 

No. I was so excited to start my journey. "I'm a Madden fan because that's pretty much what I've seen, but I'm like, 'Man, we're really in the NFL now,'" Thibodeau said Thursday. }

Patriots right tackle Justin Herron with one tackle and no sacks.

"I thought I was going to be a little more nervous or nervous," said Thibodeau. 

Kayvon Thibodeaux participates in drills at Giants training camp.
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1 false start.

"I'm winning the mental game, so I accept it," said Thibodeau. “I know people are trying to mark me. } Collins likes that Thibodeau landed on the Giants.

"I think it suited his character very well," Collins said. "When you look at KT, he likes bright lights and all that stuff." 

DeRuyter: "I think it's perfect for him as long as he stays true to himself. He was always around me," he said. "I think in a place like New York or LA, if you don't have a strong enough willpower, you can keep them away from them. Obviously, there's going to be a big light on him. That's why he's alive." I think so." 

Thibodeaux shows off his root burst, but admits he still has a way to go. "He has to touch the quarterback. I feel like he didn't perform his best if he didn't touch the quarterback," he said. 

Note No. 5. "But he also has a personality that makes his brothers responsible. His energy is like iron sharpening iron, so it's really contagious when you think about it." 

60} DeRuyter: "For me, he wanted to be the best man on the field. He wanted to be in the moment and most of the time at the end of the game when someone had to make a play. 

Thibodeaux rated himself NA and has no answer: "I play this game like a boxer." I will,” he said. 

He lives for his round of the championship. 

"He has a very different personality than most defensive linemen because he is very smart and has no problem expressing his opinion." he said DeRuyter. 

DeRuyter: "He's one of those players the offense has to have a game plan for, because otherwise he can take over the game." 


Collins: "You've got a man who's a game changer."