Eric Berry is back doing what he does best -- making quarterbacks look foolish.
According to ESPN, the three-time Pro Bowler read backup Aaron Murray and came down with his first post-cancer interception.
The pick was off a tipped ball. Berry adjusted, got his head around, and snagged the ball from midair.
Berry hasn't hauled in a turnover in quite some time. But when he was at his best and healthiest, No. 29 was a turnover-creating machine; he has eight career picks and three career touchdowns.
It's tough to expect a big interception season from Berry. Then again, the man has already beaten the odds.