pass receiver

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Noun1.pass receiver - a football player who catches (or is supposed to catch) a forward passpass receiver - a football player who catches (or is supposed to catch) a forward pass
football player, footballer - an athlete who plays American football
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Being part of the Raiders franchise coming out of Colorado was ideal dream for a successful pass receiver with a prolific offensive team, according to Branch who thrived by taking his talents to the wholesale mlb jerseys next level.
"He's a tremendous asset in blitz pickup and, obviously, he's a great pass receiver out of the backfield.''
Figure out which ones are the best line-of-scrimmage guys, the best movement guys, the best pass receiver, who makes the least amount of mistakes, the toughest guy, the best vertical guy.
They are intended to give all of the DBs the opportunity to develop the skills needed to play one-on-one football with a pass receiver.
To make the point, compare the Patriots - not a bad offence - whose leading pass receiver, David Givens, didn't reach 900 yards.
Glare should not distract an outfielder running for a fly ball, or a pass receiver grabbing a crucial forward pass.
Miller was important as both a pass receiver and blocker for the Seahawks' offense.
When 4 and 5 set their screens and 2 and 3 pop out, DG2 and DC3 will already be there to help deny the first pass or at least to force the potential pass receiver further out (closer towards the timeline and possibly the sideline).
Oregon's perimeter blocking was not as strong as it has been in recent years, perhaps an area where the Ducks missed Huff more than simply as a pass receiver.
He is a good pass receiver in terms of route running.
After setting the ball-screen, 5 rolls down the lane line and tries to stay on the inside in front of the zone's backline defender from where he can become a viable pass receiver and scoring threat.
In comparing the two true freshmen, Bellotti said Crenshaw `is a little bit farther along as a pass receiver ...