An offseason when second-year inside linebacker C.J. Mosley's injured wrist limited his work on pass coverage didn't hinder his improvement in that area.
To hear him tell it, it's not the footwork or the upper-body position that's most important when he's tasked with covering athletic backs or tight ends but his eyes — following the quarterback, recognizing who he should be covering and determining the best way to neutralize him.
"Besides you physically covering a guy, it really comes down to where your eyes are," Mosley said.
When he looks up Sunday, it'll be a fearsome stable of non-wide receiver weapons, including running back Giovani Bernard and tight...