NFL: Dallas enables the Mexican Isaac Alarcón to play defensively

The vice president of players for the dallas cowboys, Will McClayannounced this Monday that they enabled the Mexican Isaac Alarcon for play defense in the 2023 NFL season.

In statements retrieved by EFE, McClay reported the following about the situation of the former player of the Tecnologico de Monterrey:

Isaac is a big, strong and athletic player; He did some stuff on the practice squad defense late in the season that opened the eyes of defensive coaches to give him a serious look as a defensive player.

During his tenure on the practice squad for the Cowboys In the last three years, we have sought to develop the talent of alarcon as offensive tackle or guardpositional in which he even had activity in the 2022 preseason.

Despite the fact that the Mexican has accepted that in his career he never had experience to play defensively, impressed the defensive coaches of the lone star team to consider moving it to his line, a situation that was already confirmed last Monday.

He has a physical skill set to play either offensive or defensive line and we’re confident that the time he spent working the offensive line as of now has given him an idea of ​​how he has to play defense.

Last 26 of January Isaac signed a contract denominated as reserve/future with Dallaswhich will give you the chance to be part of the 53 players who will face the 2023 seasonalready without the status of player from the NFL International Player Pathwaywith which he arrived from Mexico to Dallas.

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Previously alarcon he had received praise for his work from himself Mike McCarthyCowboys head coach:

Isaac is historic because of his perseverance, he is an example for everyone and that is why the team wants him back.

Now, the one from Monterrey, Nuevo León, will compete for a place with more experienced elements such as Quinton Bohanna, Neville Gallimore, Osa Odighizuwa and chauncey golston.

(With information from EFE)

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