Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Jens1893, May 11, 2012.
good luck AP !
best of luck Perk. I believe this means that he passed his physical which is great after all the injuries.
Great news. Heard he had a solid pro day. Very smart player.
Best of luck to Perkins!
The difference between the rest and the tryout players is a contract of some kind?
Signed. He´ll wear #43
Congrats to Perk! Go Buffs!
Way to go Perk!
So no intern for CU?
Great news, best of luck Perk.
He's still got to be a long, long shot to make the team. Had a lot of injuries in college, not all that big, not outstanding speed unless he has came back a lot in the off-season. Broncos have a bunch of DBs competing for a limited number of spots
On the other hand he is smart and versitile and has been effective on special teams. Maybe he impresses them and gets a shot on the practice squad giving him another year to bring himself back.
If he makes it or not, the experience will be very good for him if he wants to go into coaching. Seeing what an NFL camp is like can't do anything but help him in his future.
Make the roster Perk!
Just a chance to make an NFL roster is a big accomplishment. If it doesnt happen in Denver, it can sometimes get you a look from another team. Either way really good news for Perk. Be cool to see him play for Denver.
Rip's son is one
Named CB coach at Ohio U
Great news. Go Perk
And since he's already out of bounds, he'll probably start popping folks in bounds now.
Love that kid's passion!
Smart guy who loves the game. Wouldn't surprise me at all if he is somebodies D-Coordinator 10 years from now.
Former DC Ron Collins is the linebackers coach at Ohio U, Perkins was a DB on Collins' defense at CU.
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