Ravens rookie linebacker C.J. Mosley has seen enough through minicamp and Organized Team Activities to know he fits right in with Baltimore’s defense.
“The coaches feel comfortable with the way I’m playing and comfortable enough that I know the defense,” he told the team’s website. “It’s all about how I feel right now, and I feel like I’m doing a great job.”
Players sometimes say the game gets a lot faster in the NFL, but Mosley, who was voted co-SEC Defensive Player of the Year (with Michael Sam) by the conference’s coaches last year, said he has no problems keeping up.
“It hasn’t really been a big deal for me,” he said. “I would say the only time the game seems fast to me is when you don’t know what you’re doing. When you know what to expect, that’s when the plays start to slow down for you.”
Mosley is clear on what the Ravens should expect: He thinks he’s going to be an impact player as a rookie.