News: Undrafted Guard Leary Doesn't Want To Settle For Average

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    Undrafted Guard Leary Doesn't Want To Settle For Average

    Posted Jul 27, 2012

    By Jonathan Auping

    IRVING, Texas - If you ask undrafted rookie Ronald Leary whether or not he is happy with his game, you might initially be a little concerned with the response.

    “No. No, not happy at all,” Leary said Friday.

    But spend a few more minutes with the 319-pound guard out of Memphis and you’ll learn that he is never satisfied with his game, because that would take away from his constant desire to improve.

    “I hold myself to a real high standard, so I’m never really pleased,” said Leary, who may compete for a starting spot as early as this year. “I have a lot of things to work on technique-wise and I’m just trying to put it all together.

    Leary’s apparent success to this point is all the more impressive because he spent most of his collegiate career playing tackle. He claims to still have a lot to learn at the position, but that it’s all part of a larger learning process that comes with being a rookie...

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