"I played with the injury when it wasn't fixed. I was careful and hesitant. Now, I can throw it all over," he said, flapping his right arm in all directions. "Now, that it's fixed I can go all out. It's great to be back to football, doing what I love."
"Jared was a big leader on the field, and he had tremendous talent, and we just have to fill those shoes. I have strong confidence that we can," Crawford said. "If we can play with the same speed throughout the whole game, there's no doubt we can be the best, if not one of the best defensive lines in the country."