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"[Bernadeau] started for us the entire year last year and played well, came in and played about 20 snaps and played well (Week 8 at Detroit)," Jones said on 105.3 The Fan. "Then, we’ll look to what we do with depth off our practice squad."
Bernadeau started the first three games before Waters bumped him from the starting lineup in Week 4.
"It’s an adjustment just for the fact that you go from being in the game all the time to being on the sideline and waiting around," Bernadeau said Monday, per the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. "You never want anybody to go down and get hurt. At the same time, when your number is called, you’ve got to be prepped, and that’s how I’ll be."
“It’s just more practice on your technique and repetitions on the plays,” Bernadeau said. “I’ve played left before, so I was familiar with it. The whole offseason I pretty much worked the right side with my steps and getting in synch with the kick and timing and so it’s just an adjustment with that and getting used to doing it with the opposite leg, opposite side and opposite hand.”