Steelers' hybrid defenders want to confuse QBs, but not each other

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Steelers' hybrid defenders want to confuse QBs, but not each other
Steelers' hybrid defenders want to confuse QBs, but not each other

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer Close ESPN staff writer Previously a college football reporter for CBSSports.com University of Florida graduate Follow on Twitter PITTSBURGH -- Pittsburgh Steelers safety Sean Davis thought he had finally arrived at a point of predictability in his career. In his first three seasons, Davis played nickel corner, strong safety and free safety. Davis was welcoming a second full season as a confident free safety -- until he found himself at dime linebacker in the second preseason game, lined up against Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. "I still do it all," said Davis with a smile. "Still trying to hone that skill set." This has become a basic tenet of the

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