While Zach Strief has openly admitted to be willing to do anything and everything needed to help rookie Andrus Peat grow, he apparently has plenty of love to pass around to others as well.
The most recent player to gain praise from Strief is third-year left tackle Terron Armstead. According to Mike Triplett of ESPN, Strief actually believes the sky is the limit for Armstead when it comes to his potential.
"There is no ceiling for him. He could be one of the best of all time," Strief told ESPN. "He really could. I believe that very much."
Strief wasn't done there though.
"I would say Terron probably has every single attribute you would look for in an offensive lineman," Strief said. "I think he's highly athletic, he's extremely strong, he's smart, he works his tail off. He wants to be great."
That's a lot of praise and love to be thrown in the direction of one player. Armstead has definitely shown signs of being a great lineman, but Strief's recent comments are absolutely eye-catching.
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