"I know a lot of people are concerned about it, like moving Mario, but the biggest change for most of us is learning the different terminology," Ryans said. "It's not a big difference for us inside guys at all.
"I'm most excited because this defense gives us so much more flexibility. It's easier to disguise our coverages and when we're coming and not coming (after the quarterback)."
"There was a lot of teaching going on by DeMeco as far as assignments and adjustments," said Schaub, who coached the offense. "At the same time, coverages are coverages. Once we got to seven-on-seven, it was just go and play ball and have fun."
"We had a good turnout (at minicamp)," Schaub said. "We were able to run a lot of drills and get everybody into the swing of football.
"It's a different story if you just go out and mess around for an hour and a half and don't get good work in, but we did. The leaders on the team made sure we did it like we do in OTAs and practice."