Much can change from training camp to training camp.
Not exactly a vote of confidence for the second year player out of Temple.
It's a fickle thing, the position of Training Camp Darling. Baxter, though, is very explosive off the edge, and had a very productive career at Northern Illinois. He's roughly the same height as former Steelers OLB James Harrison, and while considerably younger, doesn't have the same lower body strength. However, Baxter's speed off the snap can't be ignored.
With a big toe injury suffered by Jason Worilds, causing him to miss Friday's practice, it's a chance not just for Jarvis Jones - the Steelers' top draft pick in 2013 - to show his worth, it's an opportunity for Baxter and Robinson as well.
For Robinson's sake, it seems like he'll need to show some more energy. Baxter's cruising into his Camp Darling spot without much competition.
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