More teams are catching on to the idea that the pre-season isn't worth the risk of injuring your starters. Plus, it gives coaches more time to evaluate the depth players before cuts need to be made.
As I stated above, preseason isn't worth the risk. I think it just took McVay showing it's a viable move to protect your jewels before the big gala. (I don't know where I was going with that metaphor)
DBs around the league are shaking in their cleats
Everyone wants to find the next McBae. But he's like the Highlander, there can be only one.
You watch Eric Weddle on the sideline and it's obvious that he does more than the usual banter that's is common, he's giving advice and guidance to the other players. The man has a coaching gig in his future if he wants it.
Mr. DaSilva’s thoughts on the current state of the DB positional battles.