Jim Leonhard is mentoring him at the position. I hope it works out for him (and also makes UM look good too).
That D. Warren would be playing Safety for the Jets, but this is still a good read.
It's nice to see that Warren is spending a lot of time listening to others, doing everything he can to learn and prove himself out there to get a roster spot. I hope it all works out for him in the end (though I would have loved to see him in a 'phins uniform, as the article said was a possibility).
I can barley boot this thing up without wanting to load an M14 and send it to hell. I've tried waterboarding but the IT's don't like me doing that to Uncle Sam's computers. Baby steps sir, baby steps.
i'm actually a little surprised. he has a safety's speed, but a corner's instincts. i think he could've made a decent corner. of course, the jets are pretty stacked at corner.
I think they knew from the start he didn't have the speed for corner. It will depend on how well and quickly he can learn to read the field from the safety position, and probably more importantly for making the roster, playing special teams. If he can't play specials well he will have a slim chance of sticking. He has a challenge and I'm rooting for him. I live in the NY area so now have a reason to watch at least part of their preseason games.
Where are all the people who were dissing Warren for choosing the J-E-T-S because of their depth at cornerback?