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On the quarterbacks coach, Haley said there could be some more moves coming. “There could be some more movement or moves so to speak,” Haley said. “The most important thing to me Bob, and I know everyone is antsy to feel like you’re making progress, but we’re making progress right now. As things play out, I think it’ll become very clear how things are going to go. Right now we’re just in that process of making sure we get it right.

“He’s a heavier guy who is a good banger in the 3-4 defense,” Williamson said. “He seems like a hard-nosed guy who has made the best of opportunity. Guys like this show how important undrafted free agency is and how guys like him can really help teams. The successful teams have guys like this on their teams.”

Drayton was a walk-on at Penn State before developing into a star tight end. He went on to become a second-round draft choice of the Los Angeles Rams, the start of a productive eight-year pro career.

He played with the Rams, Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs, highlighted by a career-best 47 catches for 458 yards and four touchdowns as a rookie in 1995.

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