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Old 08-02-2004   #7
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Murphy is definitely asking how that little guy hit him that hard.

JMO, but none of the potential kick/punt returners stood out at either special teams duty or their "normal" position. JJ for this practice still looked like the guy to beat.

May have just not been watching the right plays, but seemed like on a lot of plays Robinson was releasing his WR to coverage by Coleman almost immediately.

Take a look at DD and Hollings some time if you can catch them standing next to each other--Hollings is 1" taller, but it looks like his legs are 3-4" longer. Maybe that has something to do with cutting vs. speed--who knows, maybe a random observation of no meaning.

Glenn, Robinson & Faggins look like triplets playing on the same football team. They're all "undersized," but they look like they all have the athleticism to pull off Glenn's style of play--great closing speed/split second timing.

Peek definitely has the athleticism/build to be a fantastic ROLB--only question is whether his head will let him in the game. Gut feeling, he has the look of someone that will either be fantastic or out of the league in a few years--just don't know which yet.
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