The guy was up against third tier players probably no better or worse than he played against in college and he still couldn't make an IMPACT. That's what coaches are looking for. There are guy ahead of him who played as well or better against starters and primary backups and some of those guys have made an impact. When you spend an entire year with a team and can't even get on the field for the worst defense in the league and then can't even elevate your play beyond third string in camp the following year you aren't good enough to play at this level. It's time to stop believing all the draft hype. He's not Corn. He's toast.