I like to see this kind of stuff..
This is not out if the norm for any team, but they looked good in the gym, Dansby looks better, Reggie is a beast, Jake holdin some weight with the shoulder, Like the whole cutting of the dreads by Bess, Smith and MCD..
Stupid question, I heard that Bess said he lost 3 lbs by cutting them, no bs, could that be true? Lol, that sure as hell might allow him to break one punt return no?.. Smith needed to do something.
MCD, early breakout player for me.
Moore needs to stay in that gym, he looks like he's gotta couple extra lbs of muscle on him, and needs a couple extra more.
If only Wallace could catch..
Don't sleep on Daniel Thomas, that dude has magnificent feet, maybe he does a nice Roger Craig impersonation this year, he's got power and hands to go with those feet, and we know he blocked well, let's hope the vision is there in the zone scheme..
Clyde Gates with a torn groin huh, well, if you look back at him comin out of college, man that dude can ball, very talented, Iam sure he's added some muscle this year, like to see what he can do in space.
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bush is pretty big for a small back
Gates tore his groin? **** that's awful. Takes forever to recover, easy to aggravate, and slows you down. Awesome for our deep threat.
It's ******* Golden.
Glad Gates is healthy. Crazy to think how fast he looked at times with a torn groin....I'm excited to see without. At the very least he should have much better range of movement or in other words he should be a bit more shifty. Hopefully he can be a pleasant surprise.
On the draft Quentin Rollins bandwagon.
I'm optimistic about what Philbin and Sherman can do with Thomas. He's a good fit in this offense we'll run. If he can stay healthy, the zone-blocking and one-cut back offense could do well...
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