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Geron Christian Sr. Presser: I should have been more aggressive, I should have prepared harder the last two years

Geron Christian Sr. speaks to the media after today’s practice

Geron Christian Sr. was drafted in the 3rd round in 2018, and most people knew he would need some “seasoning” in the NFL with proper coaching and strength and conditioning. Christian tore his MCL during his rookie year, setting his development back. He played in all 16 games last year, starting 2, while playing only 15% of the offensive snaps for Washington.

Fast forward to 2020, and everything is different. New season, coaching staff, and new attitude for Geron Christian Sr. He admitted that he was intimidated when he was drafted looking at Trent Williams on the left side and Morgan Moses on the right side. He has worked on his consistency, and he knew he would get his opportunity to play at some point. Washington drafted Saahdiq Charles in the 4th round this year, but he has been sidelined with a calf injury. Cornelius Lucas was signed in free agency, but seems better suited for the swing tackle spot. If Geron Christian is going to get his shot, this is his best opportunity.


Getting his chance:

Chase Young:

Practicing with the starters:

Be aggressive: