Three years doesn’t sound like all that much experience, but Chung is now the longest tenured member of the New England secondary. And while the Patriots made it all the way to the Super Bowl last season, doing so with the 31st ranked pass defense, Chung is looking forward, not back.
The 24-year-old is always looking to improve on all fronts, and this season will be no different.
“You can build on everything. You can never be too good on something; you always have to build and get better,” Chung said after Tuesday’s session. “Whether it’s being quick, fast, strong, smarter, neater, cleaner – whatever the case may be, you can never be too good at it so you always have to keep working.”
Chung On Bigger Leadership Role:
One thing he is working on more this season is being the on-field coach in the Patriots secondary. Jerod Mayo takes the lead with the linebackers, and now Chung hopes to step up to the next level and do the same for the secondary "
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