Home Sports Redskin ‘We’ve got a bunch of hungry guys’: How Penn State will replace... SportsRedskin ‘We’ve got a bunch of hungry guys’: How Penn State will replace Micah Parsons October 1, 2020 2 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — As the conversations between Penn State’s coaching staff and Micah Parsons shifted from hopeful for an opt-in to the reality of Parsons officially remaining an opt-out, Brent Pry reshuffled his depth chart. Pry doesn’t need to figure out how the once much-anticipated Mike linebacker competition between Ellis Brooks and Jesse Luketa will shake out in camp. Essentially, both challengers are now in line to win starting jobs. As Penn State begins practicing with pads, its plan without Parsons is becoming increasingly clear. Brooks will stay at Mike, Brandon Smith remains a new starter at Sam and Luketa, who can play Mike and Will, is now mostly at Will. Therefore, Luketa is the one likely tasked with the unenviable duty of replacing Parsons, his friend, former roommate and likely early NFL Draft pick. “He was someone the fans, the team depended on in crunch time. That was our guy,” Luketa said. “How… READ NEWS SOURCE RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Chelsea’s chemistry will take time to find – defending like this is a start Tua Tagovailoa, QB1: What went into Dolphins’ big decision to begin the Tua era? [NBC Sports] – Report: Washington signing wide receiver Robert Foster off Packers practice squad – ProFootballTalk [Fansided: Riggo's Rag] – Washington Football Team reportedly signs WR Robert Foster away from Packers Manchester City fans: Discuss the Porto game with our reporter Sam Lee Washington signing WR Robert Foster from Packers practice squad Kawakami: Kyle Shanahan’s run-it-a-ton 49ers formula, parsed and explained Washington Football Team targeting Week 9 to allow fans at fedEx Field [NFL: Washington Redskins] – Week 6 Rewind | Washington Football Team VS New York Giants [YouTube: Washington Redskins Videos] – Week 6 Rewind | Washington Football Team VS New York Giants Chargers’ trends: How their offense and defense have changed this season [The Washington Times] – Washington Football Team name to likely stay for 2021 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.