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Coby Fleener turning heads in Indy

Coby Fleener is feeling comfortable in his college coach Pep Hamilton's offense.

Offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton raved about his early production, and head coach Chuck Pagano called him a mismatch and a handful for defenders.

“I’m happy with that assessment, but it kind of remains to be seen,” Fleener said of Pagano’s praise. “It’s early in camp yet. Hopefully, that’ll translate to games.”

Fleener understands that having played for Hamilton in college has helped him get a leg up in camp.

“I think that’s probably part of it,” he said. “Any time you understand the offense, you feel more comfortable in being able to go out there and run as fast as you can and do your job at full speed as opposed to second guessing.”

Pyro's take: Fleener dealt with injuries and inconsistent play in his rookie season, but things are much different in 2013. Having Pep Hamilton and a more control passing game, instead of Bruce Arians and his vertical passing game, lends itself more to Fleener and his skills. Fleener should be used to more of his abilities this season and will have a chance to separate himself from Dwayne Allen, who overshadowed him last season. Fleener could be a steal as a backup TE this season.

08/03/13, 03:15 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: kokomotribune.com

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