In his second season as defensive coordinator, DC Brad White has plenty of depth at all positions starting with the defensive line.

One of his top players — Josh Paschal — is making the transition from defensive end to the defensive line and Paschal has handled the change with ease.

“It’s been a pretty smooth transition for him,” White said. “Obviously there are some things technically that he needs to work on (because) he’s going to be down in the 3-point stance a lot. He was great in the spring and in the first two practices here, he has looked really good. He’s in great shape right now and arguably the best shape I’ve ever seen him (in). It’s been a smooth transition.”

Paschal agreed.

“I feel good about it,” he said. “I feel like it’s my natural position and also playing linebacker, it helps you to be able to play defensive line and helps you to know the whole playbook. When you play outside linebacker, it feeds off the defensive line as far as calls go and things like that. I feel like I’m in a good position each and every day in camp and I’m looking forward to the season.”

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