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Jamison perhaps? I know he is supposed to have #92 but on the photo it looks like he is #70

Ah, I think you might be right. Zgonina's coming back so he probably gave up the number for him.
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The Glover pick I'm not sure who's fault it was lol.
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When is the open practice with N.O.?
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Jamison perhaps? I know he is supposed to have #92 but on the photo it looks like he is #70

Must be him, unless he's wearing #60, LOL!

Jamison is really quite strong, especially considering his size.
Jeremiah, I think, is not 100% at the moment. Maybe quite far from it!
Foster, I've always think will emerge.
U. Tenn and Oregon St., once in a while would run a version of the ZBS that has the blockers and runners go a little more sideway than normal as compared to us.
The runner may run along with the train to look for an opening.
If he sees one, he cut; if not, he continues to the sideline.

Also they have a better mix of outside zone play than us; our bread and butter was off RG, then off LG.

Their coaches gave the runners the green light to run to daylight more than ours.

But both Foster and Jeremiah are capable inside runners, especially Foster!
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When is the open practice with N.O.?
August 19 and 20th, but it says the 20th is closed. Hurry up and register while you still can, Gary.

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The Glover pick I'm not sure who's fault it was lol.
Who threw the pick? Was he pressured?
On what kind of route? Who was the receiver? Did he run the route correctly?
Was it a good read by Glover?
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August 19 and 20th, but it says the 20th is closed. Hurry up and register while you still can, Gary.

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Here are my random thoughts in no particular order...

Cato June looked spent. He didn't seem to have the zip that I was looking for. June also played all three LB positions. He mainly flip flopped with Adibi. Adibi would play strong while June would play weak then another Adibi would play weak while June played strong. Basically flip flopping. I found that interesting. Anyway, June looked really slow.

Travis Johnson was at camp. I never saw Barwin but others on the board said he was there.

Slaton looked beastly. I was stunned at his speed and vision. Really! Slaton has his act together. He is a bonafide starting runningback. Moats had good bursts but Foster definitely has the upperhand. Brown looked healthy but Foster looked by far better.

Duane Brown kind of was pissing me off a little bit. He kept sitting down on the coolers. He looked very spent halfway through the practice. It just bothered me to see him coming back to the cooler and sitting on it. I think he did that four times. Nobody else sat on coolers.

Jacoby will not make it out of training camp if he keeps up the subpar performances. He looked terrible. Still trying to juke after the catch. He needs to take a page from David Anderson who caught kicks and ran north instead of juking right after the catch. He also dropped some passes as well as bobbled a punt or two.

Schaub is in CONTROL. He looked outstanding. This is his team. He stood out.

Orlovsky looked great! I'm very comfortable with Orlovsky.

Grossman looked terrible. His passes lacked zip in them. The passes would begin to sink once they reach their halfway point. It seemed like the players would have to drop their hands to pull up a Grossman pass. It also didn't go from his arm to the WR very quick. More of a floater than anythin else. It also seemed like Grossman hit the wrong WR a time or two.

We saw Kris Brown once again. We interviewed him a couple seasons ago and he recognized us. He picked up our newborn baby and we took pictures. Yay!!

Training camp was loads of fun. No problems this time around either but then again all I did was watch the field the whole time. I let the wife take the kids around.
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I signed up for 4 for each practice against the "Aint's"
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Here are my random thoughts in no particular order...

Cato June looked spent. He didn't seem to have the zip that I was looking for. June also played all three LB positions. He mainly flip flopped with Adibi. Adibi would play strong while June would play weak then another Adibi would play weak while June played strong. Basically flip flopping. I found that interesting. Anyway, June looked really slow.

Travis Johnson was at camp. I never saw Barwin but others on the board said he was there.

Slaton looked beastly. I was stunned at his speed and vision. Really! Slaton has his act together. He is a bonafide starting runningback. Moats had good bursts but Foster definitely has the upperhand. Brown looked healthy but Foster looked by far better.

Duane Brown kind of was pissing me off a little bit. He kept sitting down on the coolers. He looked very spent halfway through the practice. It just bothered me to see him coming back to the cooler and sitting on it. I think he did that four times. Nobody else sat on coolers.

Jacoby will not make it out of training camp if he keeps up the subpar performances. He looked terrible. Still trying to juke after the catch. He needs to take a page from David Anderson who caught kicks and ran north instead of juking right after the catch. He also dropped some passes as well as bobbled a punt or two.

Schaub is in CONTROL. He looked outstanding. This is his team. He stood out.

Orlovsky looked great! I'm very comfortable with Orlovsky.

Grossman looked terrible. His passes lacked zip in them. The passes would begin to sink once they reach their halfway point. It seemed like the players would have to drop their hands to pull up a Grossman pass. It also didn't go from his arm to the WR very quick. More of a floater than anythin else. It also seemed like Grossman hit the wrong WR a time or two.

We saw Kris Brown once again. We interviewed him a couple seasons ago and he recognized us. He picked up our newborn baby and we took pictures. Yay!!

Training camp was loads of fun. No problems this time around either but then again all I did was watch the field the whole time. I let the wife take the kids around.
LOL! Where was he sitting on coolers? Were you over by the other field watching individuals? Or in the stands? I didn't really get to watch the LT position during team drills. The damn 1st down marker was right in that path.
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LOL! Where was he sitting on coolers? Were you over by the other field watching individuals? Or in the stands? I didn't really get to watch the LT position during team drills. The damn 1st down marker was right in that path.
I saw guys sitting on coolers last year!
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I saw guys sitting on coolers last year!
The difference was that I only saw Duane Brown sitting on them. It spoke volumes to me. It really did. I saw a coach tell him to get up and he laughed at him before fumbling off.

HOU-TEX, I was in the endzone between the stands and the other practice field. They had the coolers on my end for the first part of practice before they moved them over to the other end of the field.
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how crowded was camp and was the crowd early arriving? hope they don't cancel tomorrow.
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Here are my random thoughts in no particular order...

Cato June looked spent. He didn't seem to have the zip that I was looking for. June also played all three LB positions. He mainly flip flopped with Adibi. Adibi would play strong while June would play weak then another Adibi would play weak while June played strong. Basically flip flopping. I found that interesting. Anyway, June looked really slow.

We saw Kris Brown once again. We interviewed him a couple seasons ago and he recognized us. He picked up our newborn baby and we took pictures. Yay!!

Training camp was loads of fun. No problems this time around either but then again all I did was watch the field the whole time. I let the wife take the kids around.
Kris is always nice!

It's interesting about June and Adibi; I guess we wanted to try different things to see how they work.

What I noticed from last year was that at times, we have kinda like an acttacking OLB and a stay-at-home OLB. Same thing with the DTs and the DEs.
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The difference was that I only saw Duane Brown sitting on them. It spoke volumes to me. It really did. I saw a coach tell him to get up and he laughed at him before fumbling off.

HOU-TEX, I was in the endzone between the stands and the other practice field. They had the coolers on my end for the first part of practice before they moved them over to the other end of the field.
LOL, I guess he was the first one, and when the coach gave him the signal, others wouldn't dare sit down, LOL!

Guys who sat down were younger guys.
I think last year Duane was all hyped up as a rookie, so he never even think about sitting down, and didn't pay attention to whether any guy did.
This year, he probably thought that he can rest his laurel a little.
But he found out, LOL!!!
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The difference was that I only saw Duane Brown sitting on them. It spoke volumes to me. It really did. I saw a coach tell him to get up and he laughed at him before fumbling off.

HOU-TEX, I was in the endzone between the stands and the other practice field. They had the coolers on my end for the first part of practice before they moved them over to the other end of the field.
Ah, gotcha. I was going to mosey on over there, but with no pads I didn't think the big nasties would be going at it very hard. When the pads are on I usually make it a priority to watch the trench work on the other field. I just kicked back in the stands today.

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how crowded was camp and was the crowd early arriving? hope they don't cancel tomorrow.
It was actually more crowded than I thought it'd be considering today being a work day. The stands were full and maybe another 100 or so standing behind the endzone.

I got there at 8:15 and it was pretty crowded.
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It was actually more crowded than I thought it'd be considering today being a work day. The stands were full and maybe another 100 or so standing behind the endzone.

I got there at 8:15 and it was pretty crowded.
thanks, I find it weird how the fans come early to camp every year but can't get the stands as full before kickoff in a regular season game.
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Ah, gotcha. I was going to mosey on over there, but with no pads I didn't think the big nasties would be going at it very hard. When the pads are on I usually make it a priority to watch the trench work on the other field. I just kicked back in the stands today.



It was actually more crowded than I thought it'd be considering today being a work day. The stands were full and maybe another 100 or so standing behind the endzone.

I got there at 8:15 and it was pretty crowded.
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how crowded was camp and was the crowd early arriving? hope they don't cancel tomorrow.
I do not like crowds much. That being said, I was fairly comfortable. I was always able to find a good spot to watch camp from various places. It was full yet not crowded.

I thought everyone arrived early, if not on time. A really good number of people were there when it started.
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I do not like crowds much. That being said, I was fairly comfortable. I was always able to find a good spot to watch camp from various places. It was full yet not crowded.

I thought everyone arrived early, if not on time. A really good number of people were there when it started.
I'm just gonna have to get there early this year. The last time I went the stands were packed and I had to lean on my cane for over an hour to watch....that was a pain in the keyster.
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