Jets Bryce Hall ‘More Confident as a Player’ Entering Offseason

This time last year, CB Bryce Hall was finishing his rookie season that didn’t have any reps in the spring, the summer or the early fall. He made his NFL debut in Week 9 of the 2020 season coming off an ankle injury that cut his senior year short at Virginia. In the 2021 season, he was the only Jets defender to start every game and led the team with 1,169 snaps.  

“It’s a huge blessing any time you can get throughout the season healthy,” he said. “You see so many people don’t make it, but I’m just grateful I had a full healthy season. I feel like it really helps me learn as a player. I’ve learned so much, I’m in so many different scenarios, I’m able to get more experience, the repetition. Any time you’re on the field that many times, in those situations and moments, I feel like I just grow and become more confident as a player being out there.”

He added about his development: “My biggest growth was becoming more comfortable with this scheme and understanding the nuances of it, really just the ins and outs with it. I felt like each game I got more comfortable knowing where my help is, knowing the strengths, the weaknesses, what can I communicate to make sure we’re on the same page. Just kind of continuing to grow that continuity. I felt like I did well as far as being…

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