Falcons coach Troy Calhoun said before the season that he might move cornerback Reggie Rembert around some on defense this year, and last week Air Force started to give Rembert a little more to do.
In dime packages, Rembert was moved around. He played some deep safety and also a little at the linebacker level.
“I think he knows his own job of corner where he’s able to play a role like that,” Calhoun said.
Rembert played a bit of a spy role against Wyoming quarterback Austyn Carta-Samuels, and blitzed a few times as well. While moving Rembert around could make it tougher for opposing quarterbacks to avoid him – something that has happened a bit this season – Calhoun said the opponent could determine Rembert’s role.
“It’s going to be from week to week,” Calhoun said.