LaRoy Reynolds, a rookie Jacksonville linebacker, lost his helmet on a special teams play, but refused to quit. Reynolds, who played at the University of Virginia, continued to pursue the play and actually shed a blocker and made the tackle. That’s not just ordinary hustle – that’s the determination of a young guy making sure coaches know his name when the ugly Jags postmortem of the season is conducted. This doesn’t quite make up for his 4-game suspension last month, but it’s a start.
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