It has been a rewarding journey for Indianapolis Colts’ defensive end Al-Quadin Muhammad in his NFL career. After being drafted in the sixth round of the 2017 NFL Draft, Muhammad has worked his way up the proverbial NFL ladder.

He has found a home with the Colts in 2018 and has been a valuable role player for the organization. This offseason, Muhammad has taken his game to the next level and shined in Colts training camp.

Muhammad has earned critical reps at defensive end and could take the next step heading into the 2020 season. According to Colts team writer Andrew Walker, it has been a strong emergence for the former Miami Hurricanes star.

“Each year, I’ve just been getting better and better and better and getting comfortable in the system and getting familiar with what they want and just being coachable and just trying to do everything that they want me to do,” Muhammad told Walker.

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