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Old 06-09-2009, 01:31 PM   #76
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On the Field for Practice And A Two-Minute Drill
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Old 06-09-2009, 03:03 PM   #77
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D Halls Madden rating just went up to 82 after that pick that ended the 2MD.
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Old 06-09-2009, 03:08 PM   #78
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D Halls Madden rating just went up to 82 after that pick that ended the 2MD.
Any word on the Red Snapper's rating? LOL.

On a separate note...

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Specifically, DeAngelo Hall ended the drill with an interception, and the defensive line seemed to be running past the offensive line more or less at will. (Which, to be fair, is roughly what you'd expect from last year's #4 defense after the offseason additions.) And, because the two-minute defense is conducted largely from the nickel formation, that defensive line included rookie Brian Orakpo.
It looks like Orakpo lined up at DE (?) during this drill? Does anyone have video of this, I'd like to see this drill.
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Old 06-09-2009, 03:22 PM   #79
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Any word on the Red Snapper's rating? LOL.

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It looks like Orakpo lined up at DE (?) during this drill? Does anyone have video of this, I'd like to see this drill.
They bumped it up a point from last year, and he has a 100 overall Morale rating...YAY!
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Old 06-09-2009, 03:39 PM   #80
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With all the talk about Hixon I clicked the link here to see how long he has been with the team and found this. Look at how much Joe Bugel and Bobby Crumpler look like each other. Washington Redskins Head Coach - Click on assistant coaches
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With all the talk about Hixon I clicked the link here to see how long he has been with the team and found this. Look at how much Joe Bugel and Bobby Crumpler look like each other. Washington Redskins Head Coach - Click on assistant coaches
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I finally have found a WR giving props to WR coach Hixon; I can finally rest assured he is the best out there.

From On The Field For OTAs - 6/10 fomer practice squad wide receiver Marques Hagans is quoted as saying:

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"I think right now," he said, "the main thing is trying to learn the offense and at the same time just try to focus on my game, on getting better every day. [Wide receiver coach Stan Hixon] is a good teacher of the offense, and I think with the group of guys that we've got, we've got good leadership -- and good competition as well, because there's a lot of talent out here. So I just try to stay on my game every day."
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Old 06-10-2009, 09:14 PM   #83
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Nice to see Kevin Barnes balling. 2 INTs today. I could seriously see Smoot being our 4th CB this year behind Barnes.
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It would be kind to say the passing game didn't click during today's OTA workout, when Roy Williams and Patrick Crayton were the only receivers available who have played a down for the Cowboys. "It was sloppy," Williams said. "I can't talk about everybody else. But I know the wide receivers, we were terrible today. We've got to get the young guys better prepared -

Glad to see how the Boys are better without T.O. LOL..
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[QUOTE=DBUCHANON101;562297]It would be kind to say the passing game didn't click during today's OTA workout, when Roy Williams and Patrick Crayton were the only receivers available who have played a down for the Cowboys. "It was sloppy," Williams said. "I can't talk about everybody else. But I know the wide receivers, we were terrible today. We've got to get the young guys better prepared -

Glad to see how the Boys are better without T.O. LOL..[/QUOTE]

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My favorite line from the OTA blog so far:

"Even Malcolm Kelly's presence in practice is becoming the usual."

If he's healthy all year it will be so awesome for us.
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I hope Barnes turns out to be a very good player, it would help justify his selection while there were good LB's and OL on the board. I was hopin we would have picked the MLB from TCU Phillips (Ravens) or the OLB from South Florida McKinze (Pats). but there were also good O-linemen and even some good DE's on the board since it seems like they are keepin RAK at SLB. To me a DB didnt seem like a big need in the 3rd but ill let it play out and see how it goes before i judge.
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I finally have found a WR giving props to WR coach Hixon; I can finally rest assured he is the best out there.

From On The Field For OTAs - 6/10 fomer practice squad wide receiver Marques Hagans is quoted as saying:
I noticed in the comment section on Terl's blog, he mentions that his interview with Stan Hixon will be posted tomorrow. That should be a pretty good read. His interviews with the assistants have been solid.
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I noticed in the comment section on Terl's blog, he mentions that his interview with Stan Hixon will be posted tomorrow. That should be a pretty good read. His interviews with the assistants have been solid.
cool, I missed that note. I have been looking forward to it. I am not a Hixon hater, I just would like to hear something from him or about him by the players/coaches that inspires confidence in him.
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Nice to see Kevin Barnes balling. 2 INTs today. I could seriously see Smoot being our 4th CB this year behind Barnes.
Wouldn't surprise me at all. Barnes was a nice pick in the 3rd for the Skins.

On a related note, I hear Robert Thomas has been pretty impressive as well at the OTAs
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