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Old 07-28-2013   #162
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Default Re: Training camp 2013

The Sideline View's John Harris is "not buying" FS Ed Reed (hip surgery) will be ready for Week 1.
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Harris noticed Reed "wince" doing backpedal-and-turn drills on a side field, and says he "didn't look comfortable doing anything other than running straight ahead." Harris no longer even believes the Texans' goal is to have Reed back for Opening Day. They may consider anything Reed offers in 2013 a bonus
HOUSTON TEXANS' TRAINING CAMP THOUGHTS: DAY THREE
John Harris, TheSidelineView


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Quotes: Texans Training Camp Day 3
Head Coach Gary Kubiak
CB Kareem Jackson
CB Johnathan Joseph
NT Earl Mitchell
RT Derek Newton
DE J.J. Watt
Head Coach Gary Kubiak

Afternoon Practice:
Head Coach Gary Kubiak
DE Antonio Smith


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Emptied Notebook: Day 3 of Texans Training Camp

Drew Dougherty


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*The following is a random assortment of quotes, oddities, scattershots and interesting tidbits from Sunday's training camp practices.

-The team wore ‘shells’ on Sunday for the first time during training camp. ‘Shells’ is short for ‘shoulder pads’ and ‘helmets’. Because the team was in shells, practice was a bit more physical than it had been the first two days of camp.

-At one point during the outside portion of the morning work, while the offense and defense were broken off into position groups, the specialists went through an interesting drill. Punters Shane Lechler and Andrew Shapiro, along with kicker Randy Bullock and long snapper Jon Weeks, fielded tennis balls from special teams assistant Bob Ligashesky. Taking turns, each player would start around mid-field and run toward the north end zone, and Ligashesky would fire a grounder for the specialist to field.

-For a few moments during the outside portion of the morning practice...

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