In his first four years in the NFL, Chargers defensive end Corey Liuget has 18.0 quarterback sacks. That's pretty good for a defensive end in a 3-4 defense without a dominant nose tackle next to him.
But, Liuget knows he's let more than a few sacks slip, literally, right through his hands. So, Corey has devised a new way to make sure a QB who gets trapped does not get away.
In an NBC 7 Sportswrap exclusive, Liuget explains his new routine and the reason behind it to NBC 7's Derek Togerson.