As his fingers furiously tap on his kneecaps and his legs bounce rapidly to an unheard beat, you'd swear Antuan Edwards is nervous. "No, I'm just ready to play, that's all," the nickelback says sheepishly. "I've been ready." That's not surprising. After Green Bay made him the 25th selection in the 1999 draft out of Clemson, preseason surgery on his right big toe slowed his progress; he lost a starting corner spot to fellow rookie Mike McKenzie. This season a now-healthy Edwards will see significant time at both cornerback and safety. "I know I can be a starter here," he says, "if I just get a chance." With the secondary sorely lacking both depth and playmakers, Edwards's chance is now.