Ngakoue brings new move to camp after learning from AFC All-Pro Pass rusher

Yannick Ngakoue earned a trip to the pro-bowl after his impressive 2017 campaign where he racked up 12 sacks and 6 forced fumbles, but he's still looking for ways to perfect his craft. And what better way to do that than pick the brain of Denver's All-Pro pass rusher, Von Miller. 

Yannick says he's yet to enter a year with a "new" move to add to his arsenal, but credit's his time spent with Von Miller at the Pro Bowl to adding a new one for 2018. 

“Going back to the Pro Bowl, just chilling with my big bro Von [Miller], we just talk about pass rush a lot and that’s the side he loves to rush on a lot. Just kind of picked his brain a little bit about what moves to work on that side and he picked my brain on what moves to work on the other side so I could help him out, so that’s probably where I got that from.”

For a player who has made life miserable for QBs by mustering up a combined 20 sacks over his first two NFL seasons, it's scary to think what adding a move from the repertoire of Von Miller could do.

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