From KFFL.com Gaffney getting better Les Bowen, of the Philadelphia Daily News, reports last week, Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid said he liked what he'd seen of WR Jabar Gaffney, and then added, "He's got to get used to our tempo and our pace." Asked Tuesday, Aug. 1, how Gaffney was doing with that adjustment, Reid said: "He's working his tail off. It's new for him; it's new for all the guys that come in. It's a little bit of a different pace than what they're accustomed to, but they're working to compete and play fast and practice fast. And Jabar is getting better." Gaffney said that while the current Lehigh weather might be a lot like Houston's, the workouts here are not. "It's definitely an adjustment. Everything here is full speed. Even walkthrough is full speed," Gaffney said. "It's all about timing. Practice is always up-tempo, no matter what we're doing." Gaffney has gotten a lot of work in the slot at training camp. ******************* Very interesting to see that it would seem that as a player, the Texans probably were not pushed as hard under Capers, which speaks to the track record of younger players not fulfilling their potential in the past. Anyone have any insight into the tempo of the TC practices this year vs. past years?