Nebraska CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste said some of the teams that have shown interest in him talked about the possibility of him moving to safety but that they would give him a chance at cornerback first.

Footballguys View: When a corner doesn’t quite fit the size or skill requirements coming into the NFL, teams consider what he could do at safety. Clearly some teams have doubts as to Jean-Baptiste’s ability at corner and want to know that a position switch wouldn’t be met with grousing.


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