“My main goal is to fix the penalties I had last year,” Tunsil said, via the team website. “That was one of the main things I wanted to work on and work with Deshaun (Watson) this offseason.”
Tunsil’s glaring issue was his league leading 14 false start penalties in 2019.
“He’s been in the system now for a year,” General manager/Head coach Bill O’Brien said. “Last year when the trade took place, he really didn’t have a whole lot of time to get ready for – whether it’s everything from the cadence to obviously his own assignment and then working with the other guys up front.”