Introducing your 2015 Toronto Blue Jays NFL roster!

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Aug 27, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; Toronto Blue Jays pitcher David Price (14) in dugout during a game against the Texas Rangers at Globe Life Park in Arlington. Mandatory Credit: Ray Carlin-USA TODAY Sports

Starting Cornerbacks

David Price will be the Blue Jays’ Darrelle Revis or Richard Sherman on the outside, matchup up against number ones on other teams like he’ll potentially do this October. Like Sherman, Price has the length to cover any receiver and match all challengers stride-for-stride. Every rotation needs a stopper, just like every secondary needs a true shutdown corner. Price will make the defensive game plan much simpler with him shadowing the opposition’s top weapon all game long.

Starting across from Price will be Kevin Pillar, whose 2015 defensive highlight reel shows us a player with elite ball-tracking skills. Pillar will line up against opposing speed receivers like DeSean Jackson or T.Y. Hilton, and keep a cap on their efforts downfield. With some of the grabs Pillar has made, he’s a candidate for defensive play of the year from day one.

Slot Cornerback

Marcus Stroman will start at slot corner for the Blue Jays, the perfect place for an undersized player with all the grit and talent in the world. Stroman proved with his recent ACL recovery that no challenge is too large, and he’ll have no trouble sticking his nose in against the run. He’ll be tasked with picking up some of the league’s quickest receivers, but with bottomless confidence and a short memory, Stroman could be a dark horse candidate for the Pro Bowl.

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