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Draft Scout Ra''Shede Hageman News
08/10/16 - DE Ra'Shede Hageman is quietly going about having a strong training camp.
Hageman, who was drafted in the second round (37th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft, has been moved to defensive end.
"He's done a good job in that transition," Falcons coach Dan Quinn said. "Right now, he's playing really solid ball and I think he's improved player from the 2015 season at least now in training camp."
Hageman played in all 16 games, including 12 starts. While he was stout against the run, Hageman didn't make much of an impact as he finished with 27 tackles, one sack, no hurries, six quarterback hits and one pass defense.
Hageman is listed No. 2 behind Derrick Shelby at left defensive end. The Falcons want to see Hageman develop some consistency.
"Now, we've got to take it into the exhibition season games and allow that work to continue," Quinn said. "We are pleased with the start of where he's at heading into this year."
08/09/16 - DE Ra'Shede Hageman has been moved to defensive end and has been having a strong camp, according to coach Dan Quinn.
05/25/16 - DT/DE Ra'Shede Hageman is embracing his move to defensive end in the base defense. He lined up at end in the base and at tackle in the nickel package. "We've liked what we've seen so far," coch Dan Quinn said. "We've moved him also to have some versatility from defensive tackle to defensive end. He's done a good job of learning the system up to this point where he can play two different spots. Anytime you can play more than one, your value really goes up."
12/14/15 - DT Ra'Shede Hageman, after allowing the Panthers' second touchdown, got in a pushing and shoving match with defensive line coach Bryan Cox following the conversion attempt. Once the battle was broken up, LB O'Brien Schofield tried to calm Hageman. He was shoved away. Veteran DT Paul Soliai also tried to calm Hageman before Cox went on the field and tried to play peacemaker. Head coach Dan Quinn came over near the end of the shoving match, which saw Hageman pulling away from Cox and storming up the sideline.
10/16/15 - DT Ra'Shede Hageman jumped offside on a key fourth-and-2. On the next play, after a play-action fake, Saints QB Drew Brees found tight end Ben Watson all alone in the end zone for a touchdown.