"You can see he's already made huge growth _ he's going to be somebody special," Smith said. "If you're good enough, you're going to get on the field. If we get a nice rotation going, it would be nice because guys won't have to play a ton of snaps and it will keep you more fresh. And maybe that fourth quarter we won't be so tired to finish."
"That's one thing about this team," said defensive end Aaron Smith, who returns after missing most of last season with a shoulder injury. "We love performing for each other and being there for each other."