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49ers Jarryd Hayne starts second year away from Australian fame
As Jarryd Hayne is back for his second season with the 49ers, he dispelling yet againthe notion he would return to his native Australia and reignite his rugby league career.
Such chatter followed Hayne across the Pacific Ocean since hejoined the 49ers a year ago, and he gotten used to and out of Australia about hispossible comeback there.
guess it was disappointing, but that’s the media back home, whether it’s to sell papers or get more viewers, Hayne told a mix of American and Australian reporters Wednesday at the 49ers facility. accustomed to that. I know how they operate.
knew what I was doing and where I was going. That was disappointing. But I’m getting used to the stories that come out that aren’t true. wholesale nfl jerseys
http://www.cheapnfljerseysclub.top/ story captivated the NFL a year ago. He left behind his rugby league stardom toput on a football helmet and shoulder pads for the first time in his life. A preseason sensation, Hayne rookie season stalled amid threebotched punt returns, and he got demoted tothe practice squad forseven games before returning to start at running back in their penultimate game.
Now, with Chip Kelly taking over as the 49ers coach, Hayne is in a familiar plight as last year: learn a new playbook but one that should be more accommodating to his physical skills.
first four days were a bit of a shock and reminded me a lot of last year, Hayne said. over the weekend, I was able to study and it came a lot faster than last year. hurdles aside, Hayne has focused on improving his hip strength, all in an effort to get lower when he runs with the ball, either at running back or as a return specialist.
more strength than anything, through my hips and gluts, Hayne said. was able to work on that with my guys in Australia. That translates onto the field. It’s about keeping on to it and keeping focus.
can get low. But it’s about maintaining your balance, and be able to come out of a cut strong and do that at a high speed. Those are the biggest things for me that I’ve been focusing on. fast paced offense will command Hayne and other players be in tip top shape. The 49ers are finishing up their second week of the offseason program, which up to this point has been limited to strength and conditioning. Next week, coaches are allowed on the field and can interact with players there.
know it’s a lot more running than we did last year, Hayne said. we have to adapt to that system and we’re all capable and excited for it. AddThis Sharing Buttons below >