They might be doing that since Hopkins and Fuller have been rehabbing injuries and I don't think they are full participants yet.
As bad as I think OB has been I can't see that being the primary or even a driving factor to have him exclusively at wr if that report from Lord is accurate.
Would make much more sense to have the guy playing and practicing at the position they intend on him playing and giving some of the bubble wr's those reps.
Sounds like they want him at the least playing more of a hybrid role vs being a more traditional TE.[/QUOTE]
I kind of thought all along that's what he would be playing (hybrid role) since he was more like a smaller, faster, receiver type of TE than the traditional bigger, inline blocking type of TE (a "Y" TE). He's more of an H Back type like James Casey was. Maybe they want to get him more reps in the WR position now to see how he does and since it's only Mini Camp. If he's there a lot in TC then there might be something to it. JMO.
Would cause matchup issues for defense in redzone having all the young athletic TEs on the field at once. Throw in Hopkins and DW4 gets to pick where to throw a jump ball.
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Cullen Gillaspia (Rookie)
Buddy Howell, Jr.
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Tyron Johnson (Rookie)
Joe Webb III
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Kahale Warring (Rookie)
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Max Scharping (Rookie)
Tytus Howard (Rookie)
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Drew Lewis (Rookie)
Lonnie Johnson Jr. (Rookie)
So none of the young CBs (Kelly, Crawford, Baity) can beat out crappy Colvin?
How much of that was Martin and how much was it due to what was on either side of him? On bad link in the offensive line can make everyone look back. Not saying Martin is not the or a weak link. Just wondering how much improved play to his left and right will positively affect his play?Only problem I had with Kelemente was his availability. Martin was the biggest weak spot on the interior. My opinion was all the bad flowed from there. Replace Martin fix a lot of problems.
No doubt about it. Put better players around him, his play will improve.How much of that was Martin and how much was it due to what was on either side of him? On bad link in the offensive line can make everyone look back. Not saying Martin is not the or a weak link. Just wondering how much improved play to his left and right will positively affect his play?
Yea that’s true I just have low hopes with this stuff.Could be, but there is some talent there that I am hoping responds to coaching. What hurt is last year was lack of speed. We corrected that and we have to see if that speed can play up to its talent level.