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skinsfaninok 08-20-2010 06:36 PM

Now that camp is over, ESPN has training camp reports.
 
[url=http://espn.go.com/blog/nflnation/tag/_/name/2010-camp-confidential-nfc]2010 Camp Confidential NFC - NFL Nation Blog - ESPN[/url]

[url=http://espn.go.com/blog/nflnation/tag/_/name/2010-camp-confidential-afc]2010 Camp Confidential AFC - NFL Nation Blog - ESPN[/url]

What do you'll think? I pretty much agree with what they said about Wsh. I am a little concerned with our WR's but they have to be given the chance before we say their no good.

GridIron26 08-20-2010 10:33 PM

Re: Now that camp is over, ESPN has training camp reports.
 
[quote=CultBrennan59;722353][URL="http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/trainingcamp10/columns/story?columnist=schefter_adam&id=5450534"]Jim Haslett, the Redskins' overlooked defensive coordinator, deserves kudos - ESPN[/URL]

I think this is a great piece of info as well from ESPN.com[/quote]

Definitely a good read..

GMScud 08-20-2010 10:34 PM

Re: Now that camp is over, ESPN has training camp reports.
 
I for one am thrilled at how healthy we got through camp. Sure Kelly is hurt, but what's new there? My biggest concern health-wise is Jamaal Brown's hip. We really need him.

GusFrerotte 08-20-2010 11:14 PM

Re: Now that camp is over, ESPN has training camp reports.
 
If Kelly misses preseason game#3 lights out for his career.

tryfuhl 08-20-2010 11:15 PM

Re: Now that camp is over, ESPN has training camp reports.
 
Yeah they did ours almost 2 weeks ago I think, it'll be good to go back and see the ones of some of our opponents that I hadn't checked though

GusFrerotte 08-20-2010 11:17 PM

Re: Now that camp is over, ESPN has training camp reports.
 
[quote=GMScud;722364]I for one am thrilled at how healthy we got through camp. Sure Kelly is hurt, but what's new there? My biggest concern health-wise is Jamaal Brown's hip. We really need him.[/quote]

Brown was a questionable pickup with his situation there. We might have been better served at just drafting another linemen instead of a TE. Brown is a great talent, but might become a big bust over the long haul if he is out often. You don't want Brown to be like Kelly at all. We gave up future talent for him.

GusFrerotte 08-20-2010 11:43 PM

Re: Now that camp is over, ESPN has training camp reports.
 
[quote=CultBrennan59;722381]Good point, but I hope your wrong about Brown.[/quote]


I do too. I think we will luck out with him, but who knows. I believe in Allen and Shanny, but this draft was a little weird for me. We drafted a TE, when we have two young stud TEs already, and a speedy, but woefully undersized WR. We should have drafted another lineman or two, or a LB. Austin is a good bet to be either cut outright or stuck on the PS. Whether Jamaal works out or not, his acquisition cost us future picks. A little more youth and depth would go along way to help Shanny build something special in DC.

SBXVII 08-21-2010 12:47 AM

Re: Now that camp is over, ESPN has training camp reports.
 
^ part of the problem is both Cooley and Davis are more pass catching TE's so MS picked up a blocking TE. One that he could also try out at FB.

I agree that we should have picked up some more young OL. I think we all know there are issues at WR but I see Armstrong actually being a beast in this scheme and clearly it has helped Thomas. The other position to get a boost from this scheme will be RB.

Dirtbag59 08-21-2010 01:52 AM

Re: Now that camp is over, ESPN has training camp reports.
 
[quote=GMScud;722364]I for one am thrilled at how healthy we got through camp. Sure Kelly is hurt, but what's new there? My biggest concern health-wise is Jamaal Brown's hip. We really need him.[/quote]

Usually doubtful in the preseason is equal to probable during the regular season. Everything gets amplified in the preseason because teams are extra cautious You usually don't hear about these type of injuries when they happen during the regular season.


[quote=SBXVII;722399]^ part of the problem is both Cooley and Davis are more pass catching TE's so MS picked up a blocking TE. One that he could also try out at FB.

[B]I agree that we should have picked up some more young OL.[/B] I think we all know there are issues at WR but I see Armstrong actually being a beast in this scheme and clearly it has helped Thomas. The other position to get a boost from this scheme will be RB.[/quote]

I don't know. At this point we're looking at overkill as it relates to the line. The only way I would want to add another young guy at this point is if we were to find someone that could definitely start this year. I mean we're at a point right now where we're going to have cut a promising young lineman because we won't have room.

Capers, Cook, Kory L, Edwin Williams, and Chad Rinehart make for a nice haul of prospects and provide good depth. On top of that Heyer is actually playing well at RT. I personally hope they keep 10 guys but usually teams carry 9 lineman.

aceinthehouse 08-21-2010 05:09 AM

Re: Now that camp is over, ESPN has training camp reports.
 
[quote=GusFrerotte;722376]If Kelly misses preseason game#3 lights out for his career.[/quote]

IMO..I think he's done in Washington unless he has a Victor Cruz outing in game #3 or #4...

KLHJ2 08-21-2010 11:58 AM

Re: Now that camp is over, ESPN has training camp reports.
 
[quote=GMScud;722364]I for one am thrilled at how healthy we got through camp. Sure Kelly is hurt, but what's new there? My biggest concern health-wise is Jamaal Brown's hip. We really need him.[/quote]

It's amazing! Who would of thought that not beating your guys into submission durring 2 a days would result in minimal injuries? Coaches at every level can learn something from this example.

Mattyk 08-21-2010 12:28 PM

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I think we had a good camp. I don't ever remember coming out of camp this healthy. Hopefully that's a sign the off-season conditioning program was a success. I know MS took a "lighter" approach to things so that factors in as well, but it sounds like the team had a nice balance of working smart but still working hard.

KLHJ2 08-21-2010 12:36 PM

Re: Now that camp is over, ESPN has training camp reports.
 
[quote=Mattyk;722437]I think we had a good camp. I don't ever remember coming out of camp this healthy. Hopefully that's a sign the off-season conditioning program was a success. I know MS took a "lighter" approach to things so that factors in as well, but it sounds like the team had a nice balance of working smart but still working hard.[/quote]

I agree and I like the approach that they took towards practice as well. They practiced like it was a game. 11 on 11 then special teams then 11 on 11 and so on and so forth. You could not argue with the results either.

Now I am not going to pick us for the Superbowl just yet but we were arguably the best game ready team in the NFL last week. I'm not just talking about starters either. It was from the top of the roster all the way down to guys that will get cut. Practice as a team...play as a team...BRILLIANT!


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