John DeShazier | Senior Writer - NewOrleansSaints.com
For now, Marcus Davenport isn’t winning.
He knows it. He admits it. He laughs about it because in the grand scheme, as he begins his second training camp with the New Orleans Saints, the defensive end understands that despite his striking gifts, left tackle Terron Armstead, against whom he takes a significant portion of his one-on-one reps during training camp, is an All-Pro. Armstead, when healthy, is among the elite tackles in the league and has been for the last several years.
“I’m still trying to beat him,” Davenport said. “It’s another year, same time, still trying to beat him. I still ask him, ‘What are you doing here (on this play)?’ We talk about different things.”
The goal is for training camp losses to birth gameday wins, and Davenport appears to be on the right track. ...
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