C.J. Akins

#19WR,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 200
Born:
College: Angelo State
Birth Place: Harker Heights, Texas
Draft: Undrafted
  • Which NFC West team landed the best 2017 NFL draft class?
    The Draft Wire

    Which NFC West team landed the best 2017 NFL draft class?

    The 2017 NFL draft is in the books, and the NFC West spent all seven rounds reloading for this coming season. Two of the teams from this division ended up without a first-round pick thanks to trades, but the Seattle Seahawks managed to stock up mid-round selections, eventually making six picks on Day 2. The Los Angeles Rams had one of the more puzzling drafts after sitting out until the 44th overall pick thanks to last year’s deal for No. 1 overall pick Jared Goff. The San Francisco 49ers loaded up on promising talent for both sides of the ball under their new management, while the Arizona Cardinals doubled up on versatile, athletic defenders with their early picks. Which team from this division

  • Breaking down Gregg Williams' coverage schemes
    Browns Wire

    Breaking down Gregg Williams' coverage schemes

    A funny thing happened on the way to breaking down Jason McCourty and what role the new Browns defensive back will play in Cleveland. That piece is still in the works and coming soon, but in doing the research on the McCourty part of the equation I came across this interesting infographic on Gregg Williams’ defenses and his coverage propensities. Williams was the defensive coach for the Los Angeles Rams, and his 4-3 scheme will look quite different to Browns fans used to the 3-4 front. The coverage behind them and personnel groups will also be different. Based on the snap breakdown, when the Browns will play the CBs in man coverage, it will almost always be in Cover 1. That was the case more

  • Who Emerges For the Rams’ Offense in 2017?
    Turf Show Times

    Who Emerges For the Rams’ Offense in 2017?

    It seems an annual tradition. An NFL player, drafted or undrafted, turns heads in the offseason, and raises the expectations for their upcoming year dramatically. Sadly, it oftentimes leads to disappointment, as the on-field results in the fall don’t match that of their stellar pad-less display from summer. And there are also those that show up out of nowhere and prove to be solid contributors, sometimes stars, for their respective teams. The Los Angeles Rams have had quite a bit of turnover this offseason, to include an entirely new coaching staff in 2017. Which player(s) do you think are likely to become pleasant surprises for the Rams in the upcoming year? Who Emerges as the Team’s Top Deep