He actually earned a 70.6 grade from PFF last week, too.
Barry Jackson wrote:
Why did rookie defensive end Cameron Malveaux get so much playing time (32 snaps) in his first regular-season NFL game last Sunday? Besides the Dolphins needing to replace injured William Hayes, Malveaux had left an impression in practice.
“Malveaux is a big body for a defensive end, a little different body type than we have,” Burke said. “He has been destroying the offense in practice and really getting after them. He is doing everything right. He is the first person sitting in the meeting room waiting for it to start. He’s a big long kid. Tough against the run, sets edges for us. As a rusher, he will not be super fancy but does a good job long-arming and collapsing the pocket, which is a benefit to us.”
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