Amos Morale III, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
NFL rookies have to adjust to a lot when making the leap from college football.
For New Orleans Saints rookie cornerback Natrell Jamerson, it's no different.
"Competition," Jamerson said when asked what has been the biggest adjustment. "That's the main thing. Coming out here every day, everybody wants to eat. You just got to make sure you want to eat more than the next person in front of you. So just come out and compete every day, every practice and take steps every practice."
The former Wisconsin standout seems to be doing just that as he's made more plays in recent training camp sessions and is trying to carve out a role on the Saints' roster.
But luckily, he's got an inside man so to speak in Saints fourth-year cornerback PJ Williams....
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