This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring Alabama A&M’s Offensive Coordinator, Duane Taylor.
Teaching Wide Receiver Blocking on the perimeter with this progression is one of the most efficient ways to accomplish your goal.
In this Virtual Clinic Session, Mario Price, the Director of Coaching Education at the AFCA, presented on extended splits for wide receivers.
In an RPO, up-tempo offense, there are some skills that wide receivers need to exercise for individual success, as well as the success of the entire offense.
When trying to find a quick and safe way to stretch the defense and take advantage of poor alignments, the wide receiver quick screen can be a great tool.
The Keys to catching the ball for Wide Receivers must be taught with clear and concise communication. These tips will help improve your WR position.
In this part we will be talking wide receiver releases. The type of release a receiver utilizes varies based on route and coverage.
When you want it all from a screen play, try the Wide Receiver Slip Screen. Like all screens, this screen invites the defense to rush the quarterback. That’s when things get interesting.
Stance and start will be the most important technique that you teach the wide receiver every day. I teach our guys that the wide receiver position is a speed position.