Williams seems to be making small improvements daily in practice.
Head coach Wade Phillips has noticed. "Our secondary guys have gotten just markedly better this year, he says. "We have some good players. But the young guys are coming along quicker, the techniques are better."
"It does help when the player says exactly what the coach says and then you're getting the same thing from them all the time, and I think we're getting that."
Sensabaugh has slightly been around Campo longer than any other player. He spent his rookie season under Campo, the Jaguars' secondary/assistant head coach, 2006.
Campo's messages are well-received because he's constructive and he treats every player the same, "no matter what your status is," Sensabaugh says. And, as mentioned before, he enjoys teaching.
"He loves to see a player just blossom," Sensabaugh says. "He loves the challenge."
So it's no surprise these overtime sessions with Teddy Williams seem to be paying off. It's what Dave Campo does. It's his life's work.