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Saturday, July 28, 2007

Practice three wrap up

It got off to a slow start. But things got real interesting when the offense and defense worked on short-yardage situations.

Rookie DE Brian Robison had the best play, when he was on the first-string defensive line. Against the top offensive line, Robison zipped through the line and drilled Mewelde Moore for a three-yard loss.
Overall, the defense won the battles, until they moved to the goal line.

Other observations:

* Sidney Rice worked as the second or third receiver, but he didn't really stand out, either way.

* One of the wackiest plays happened in one-on-one drills between corners and receivers. CB Antoine Winfield tipped a Tarvaris Jackson pass. But the ball popped up in the air, and Troy Williamson made the catch, with plenty of field in front of him.

* Rookie Marcus McCauley continues to shine. He picked off Brooks Bollinger and deflected another pass later in practice.

* Tony Richardson caught a pass and ran over Darren Sharper, who looked a little woozy.

* Pat Williams jumped the count of a goal line play and forced a fumble, which Dwight Smith recovered.

Stat tuned for more entries throughout the day.


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