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Topic - Edgar Bennett
"The kid, he never gave the impression that it was too big for him," Packers running backs coach Edgar Bennett said. "He was poised, I guess you could say. Even in pregame warmups, you saw it in his eyes. This kid was ready to play."
"This kid was coming in here early and leaving late, studying film and making sure he was raring to go," Bennett said.