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Old 07-26-2013   #101
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Nothing from Ben Tate?
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Just wanted to remind everyone about the new CBA rules dictating the first few days of TC practices. No real on-field work is allowed on the first day of camp, and no contact is permitted during the second and third days. Players are finally allowed to wear pads on the fourth day, but the old two-a-days have all but disappeared. Players can be on the field for no more than four hours a day, and only one padded practice is permitted each day, not lasting longer than three hours. And separated from the other practice by no less than 3 hours. The second practice may only be a walk-through, which is the football equivalent of a dance class, with players standing around without pads or helmets and walking through plays.

So if you see any injury during the first few days, you've got to ask yourself why? And the usual answer will lie within "conditioning."
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Nothing from Ben Tate?
Looks good. Says he's been 100% for a long time.
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Just wanted to remind everyone about the new CBA rules dictating the first few days of TC practices. No real on-field work is allowed on the first day of camp, and no contact is permitted during the second and third days. Players are finally allowed to wear pads on the fourth day, but the old two-a-days have all but disappeared. Players can be on the field for no more than four hours a day, and only one padded practice is permitted each day, not lasting longer than three hours. And separated from the other practice by no less than 3 hours. The second practice may only be a walk-through, which is the football equivalent of a dance class, with players standing around without pads or helmets and walking through plays.

So if you see any injury during the first few days, you've got to ask yourself why? And the usual answer will lie within "conditioning."
I'm not sure I would agree with the ideal that most early injuries come from conditioning.

Though it ain't contact football, there's plenty of ways to get hurt even in the context of no full pads. Lots of big bodies in small spaces.
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Just wanted to remind everyone about the new CBA rules dictating the first few days of TC practices. No real on-field work is allowed on the first day of camp, and no contact is permitted during the second and third days. Players are finally allowed to wear pads on the fourth day, but the old two-a-days have all but disappeared. Players can be on the field for no more than four hours a day, and only one padded practice is permitted each day, not lasting longer than three hours. And separated from the other practice by no less than 3 hours. The second practice may only be a walk-through, which is the football equivalent of a dance class, with players standing around without pads or helmets and walking through plays.

So if you see any injury during the first few days, you've got to ask yourself why? And the usual answer will lie within "conditioning."
Depends on the nature of the injury. As Kubiak said, the guys come out amp'ed up the first couple of days. So it wouldn't surprise me to see somebody roll and ankle or strain something going all out to make a circus catch or pick off a pass.

Then again, maybe that's conditioning too. I dunno.... you're the doc.
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Depends on the nature of the injury. As Kubiak said, the guys come out amp'ed up the first couple of days. So it wouldn't surprise me to see somebody roll and ankle or strain something going all out to make a circus catch or pick off a pass.

Then again, maybe that's conditioning too. I dunno.... you're the doc.
If you look back at Montgomery's Draft write ups, you'll repeatedly find comments of his notable "stiffness" in movement and very poor ability to maintain "balance".........specifically after his 30 pound weight gain before his junior year.

Having poor balance is very much related to poor conditioning and/or to a frame carrying too much weight. Both of these factors have been identified as strong independent risk factors for noncontact ankle injuries.

Furthermore, there is an often cited interesting study in HS football players, that showed an extremely strong correlation between the player's risk of recurrent ankle sprain and BMI (Body Mass Index-essentially weight to frame measure). An overweight player who had a previous ankle sprain was ~20 times more likely to sustain a noncontact ankle sprain than was a normal-weight player with no previous ankle sprain. Now, even more so, Montgomery needs to take his weight and his level of conditioning very seriously.
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-At various points during the morning practice, receivers Lestar Jean, Keshawn Martin and Alec Lemon made tough catches.

-Wide receiver Andre Johnson was impressed by about some of the younger receivers reeling in tough catches in traffic. “We had a bunch of guys out making plays on the ball. That’s what it’s all about: when you get opportunities you go out and make plays.”

-Rice head coach David Bailiff watched the morning practice.

-In the afternoon practice, head coach Gary Kubiak held a handful of veterans out of certain portions of team drills. Combined with some players being on the Physically Unable to Perform list, that resulted in combos like Danieal Manning and Shiloh Keo at safety. Or Kareem Jackson and Brandon Harris at cornerback. Or Cameron Collins and Tim Dobbins at inside linebacker.

-At the age of 31, with eight years of NFL experience, defensive end Antonio Smith is one of the elder statesmen on the club. When he was asked about 34-year old Ed Reed, Smith laughed and tossed out a Star Wars reference.
"If I'm like the old teacher...then Ed Reed is like Yoda.”

-Punter Shane Lechler scraped the ceiling a time or two when punting inside in the afternoon at the Methodist Training Center.

-Lechler and licker Randy Bullock were both interviewed following the afternoon practice by a television station from Bryan-College Station. They both played for Texas A&M.

-Every morning during camp on Texans Radio, Rick Smith will join Marc Vandermeer to break down a position group. He spoke about the running backs today.
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The #Texans LB group young/little depth. By day 2 of camp, LB coach Reggie Herring is losing his voice. Perhaps related?
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Duane Brown is so much faster than last year. On a play he was pulling, his acceleration was impressive for the 300 lbs. tackle. #Texans

J Joseph had been covering Hopkins majority of situations. Breaking the rookie in and making him work. #Texans
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Collins has trouble with the short routes out of the backfield but he can run with TEs and RBs in downfield routes. Sleeper. #Texans

One player to watch is Cameron Collins. The ILB has increased practice time with Sharpton out. He has good coverage skills.

Watt is a head worker out there. He sets the tone for the defense, and him and Earl Mitchell are always talking to each other. #Texans

I would talk about J.J. Watt but hearing that the offensive line can't handle him would be nothing new. #Texans

Jeff Maehl has quietly had a good camp. 3rd year in and has been here for a reason. He can double as a teams coverage player and WR. #Texans

Rookie WR Andy Cruse keeps making solid strides. He is a big WR that the DBs have a hard time stopping. #Texans

NT David Hunter was giving the offense fits today. He was doing what he wanted to today in team sessions. Constant disruption. #Texans

Stephen McGee and Case Keenum have also looked sharp. They will be a camp battle to watch. #Texans

T.J. Yates' delivery looks much better than I remember. Good velocity and getting it to his WRs in stride. #Texans

Schaub has looked good with Daniels and Johnson. He is still working to get in tune with Hopkins. #Texans

Probably been most impressed with the quarterback play these two days. #Texans

Two days for Keshawn Martin where he has stood out in the passing game. Looks much more comfortable with his role. #Texans

Rookie TE Ryan Griffin showed today why he could be a good pick. He uses his 6-6 frame well against defenders to make catches.

Kareem Jackson vs. Andre Johnson has become one of the fun matchups to watch on the field. #Texans
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Owen Daniels made some outstanding catches today. Matt Schaub and him were making some nice plays. #Texans

Practice in the books. Team looked sharp especially the offense through the air. #Texans
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"Brian Cushing’s back, and he’s going to bring the attitude back," Brooks Reed. #Texans

Greg Jones said practices are different here than Jacksonville. Said it's a good difference. #Texans

Brooks Reed talked about JJ Watt taking over Cushing's pregame speech role last year. Thinks Watt practiced speeches in the mirror #Texans

Foster said because of the calf injury he's had time to reinvent himself as an athlete. He's better in a lot of ways #Texans

Arian Foster spoke today. Couldn't give specifics on calf other than it's better not to rush an injury like that.
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Foster put in an unreal offseason of training. Said he was only disappointed "for an hour" after injury. Moved forward immediately

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Also intrigued to see DeVier Posey when healthy. Definitely has the drive to succeed. Keshawn Martin has taken strides in year 2.

I keep being impressed by Kareem Jackson.

Cameron Collins was fun to watch in coverage in Owen Daniels. In his hip pocket all day.

Ryan Harris looked like the old Broncos' Harris. If he can stay healthy thru camp, it'd be a fun watch to see if he can get old form back.
Ryan Harris has some solid years in Denver. Not sure he can take that many snaps per game, but he was a good acquisition that flies under the radar.
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Thanks, Playoffs. Keep 'em coming.

Other than right tackle, the competition that I'm going to be the most interested in is between Yates and Keenum. It may not be consequential this year, but I believe the outcome will be a pivotal point for the future of the offense. If anyone attending camp is taking requests for things to watch, that one's mine.
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Ryan Harris has some solid years in Denver. Not sure he can take that many snaps per game, but he was a good acquisition that flies under the radar.
Wasn't that long ago when Denver was thought to have the best pair of young OTs with Harris and Clady .
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I swear I don't remember Cameron Collins before this. Anyone know how we acquired him? Was he a UDFA? Trying to remember.
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To fill their open spot on the practice squad, the Houston Texans signed inside linebacker Cameron Collins. Collins is a 6-2 241 lbs. linebacker who originally played safety at Oregon State, before switching to linebacker before the 2010 season. The inside linebacker originally signed as an undrafted free agent with the Miami Dolphins prior to the 2012 season, he was released August 31st of this season.
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