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Poor Jason Worilds. The cards don't seem to be fall in his favor.
Last year, he had an opportunity to start in place of the injured James Harrison, but couldn't due to his own wrist injury. He eventually did start three games last season, registering 18 tackles and five sacks.
Now, Harrison is gone and the Steelers draft the 2012 SEC Defensive Player of the Year Jarvis Jones in the first round this year. If Worilds can't beat out Jones, he may be gone in 2014.
On the other hand, if Worilds plays well, it could set up an interesting scenario with Jones and LaMarr Woodley, particularly if Woodley chooses Doritos over P90X.
Winner: Worilds. Defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau's system is complicated and it's unusual for a rookie to pick it up quickly.