Bills OL Cyrus Kouandjio has admitted his mindset wasn’t strong enough for the pro game as a rookie. He feels he’s fixed that now. That combined with a new offensive line coach in Aaron Kromer has given the former second-round pick a new outlook on his NFL career.
Kouandjio in his initial conversations with coach Kromer is optimistic about where things are headed for him personally with the Bills.
“We got into a lot of technique and a lot of protections,” Kouandjio told Buffalobills.com. “I loved hearing that. There are some O-line coaches that teach you and some that just coach you. The ones that just coaches you just tells you what to do on this blitz or with this defensive front, but a teacher teaches you something. They teach you a technique you may have never known before. He teaches you all the little things. I see both in him. It takes a great coach to be a teacher and a coach, so I’m looking forward to working with him.”
Kromer said all five starting roles on the offensive line are open for competition as everyone will have a clean slate with him.
Tags: Aaron Kromer, Cyrus Kouandjio, Offseason conditioning program
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