Ducks in the NFL: Former Oregon Wide Receiver Josh Huff Looks To Step Up in 2015


For some athletes there is talent gap between what they did in College and their game translating to the level of the National Football League. When it comes to former Oregon Ducks that were key on the field performers during their careers, former Wideout Josh Huff was among the best to wear an Oregon uniform.

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His final season at Oregon ended with one of the most memorable touchdown grabs in Oregon History in the final minutes against Oregon State, however his first season in the NFL ended without a touchdown and just under one-hundred receiving yards. Huff did find success as a punt returner with Philadelphia and has gotten stronger and worked on his footwork for the upcoming season

according to Fox Sports.

Huff will have a challenge ahead of him to make it as a regular with competition from Jordan Matthews, Riley Cooper and 2015 NFL Draft Pick from USC Nelson Agholor. In looking at his workouts, Huff appears up to the challenge. Huff has been working with Rashad Whitfield, better known as The Footwork King.

Huff and the Philadelphia Eagles will begin Training Camp will begin on Sunday, August 2nd. Chip Kelly will have his team on display for two Training Days open to the public this season on August 4th and August 9th at Lincoln Financial Field.

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