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Old 01-26-2010, 05:52 PM   #526
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I honestly like the idea of developing McCardell as a WR coach or getting Indy's WR coach Clyde Christensen. However Clyde is an assistant Head Coach. I don't think we offer that here.
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Indy and NO have both done a good job of developing late round receivers into very good starters, but i give most of the credit for that to the starting QBs of those teams. they are both very very accurate, making the receivers job much easier.
I do agree that a lot of the credit should go to the QB. However, with the Saints, while I'm not trying to take away much from Brees, I do see a lot of their receivers being able to make adjustments (Henderson's catch on that flea-flicker in the AZ/NO game) and being able to go up in the air and catch the ball. I really want to see our receivers being able to do more of that in the coming seasons.
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Old 01-26-2010, 06:59 PM   #528
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Indy and NO have both done a good job of developing late round receivers into very good starters, but i give most of the credit for that to the starting QBs of those teams. they are both very very accurate, making the receivers job much easier.
i agree for the most part, espescially manning cause he has to be one of the most accurate passers ever, i mean after watchin the game vs the jets the placement he had on his passes were absolutly unreal
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Apparently we are looking for a "Strength and Conditioning" coach.

Pitt assistant a candidate for Redskins job
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I honestly like the idea of developing McCardell as a WR coach or getting Indy's WR coach Clyde Christensen. However Clyde is an assistant Head Coach. I don't think we offer that here.
I'd seriously would love to see Clyde Christensen here but as you said we can't offer anything more then what he already has.... unless his contract is up this year and we offer more money?
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Apparently we are looking for a "Strength and Conditioning" coach.

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Jason Reid: Redskin Insider has reported the entire strength and conditioning staff has been let go.
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Jason Reid: Redskin Insider has reported the entire strength and conditioning staff has been let go.
This is good news, complete overhaul is the best way to get this turned around.
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Jason Reid: Redskin Insider has reported the entire strength and conditioning staff has been let go.
They should bring Dan Riley back.
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They should bring Dan Riley back.
I certainly would not oppose that suggestion, Riley did a masterful job with the team for a long time. By the way, where is Riley, and what is he doing these days?
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I certainly would not oppose that suggestion, Riley did a masterful job with the team for a long time. By the way, where is Riley, and what is he doing these days?
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Good work! I remember reading he had joined the Texans staff in 2007 but wasn't aware of his most recent whereabouts. Thanks for the update.
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the good news about this is that our strength and conditioning staff was not all that good considering we had like 10 players on IR, as well as players like Albert Haynesworth getting gased during games. We should bring in either steelers or cardinals strength and conditioning people. Because those teams always stay fairly healthy come playoff time.
Things like Cooley breaking his ankle, Samuels' degenerative neck condition, and Rinehart's broken leg have nothing to do with poor conditioning. Mike Williams tearing a muscle in his foot isn't a conditioning issue. These kind of things don't fall on the trainers. Did you know the Saints have more players on IR than the Redskins? They're in the Super Bowl. I doubt they fire their staff.

I'm not sure what metrics are used to judge a strength and conditioning staff. I mean, a big part of it has to do with the players' willingness to train hard. I don't think season ending injuries are the fault of s/c coaches. I do know that the past two seasons we didn't have nearly as many of the strains/pulls we dealt with during Gibbs' 2.0.

I know a couple of guys who were on this staff the past few years, so obviously I'm biased here.
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On a side note Earnest Byner went to the Titans for 2 year and look how that turned out... not sure if letting him go was ever a good decision.
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Things like Cooley breaking his ankle, Samuels' degenerative neck condition, and Rinehart's broken have nothing to do with poor conditioning. Mike Williams tearing a muscle in his foot isn't a conditioning issue. These kind of things don't fall on the trainers. Did you know the Saints have more players on IR than the Redskins? They're in the Super Bowl. I doubt they fire their staff.

I'm not sure what metrics are used to judge a strength and conditioning staff. I mean, a big part of it has to do with the players' willingness to train hard. I don't think season ending injuries are the fault of s/c coaches. I do know that the past two seasons we didn't have nearly as many of the strains/pulls we dealt with during Gibbs' 2.0.

I know a couple of guys who were on this staff the past few years, so obviously I'm biased here.
agreed pretty much in full

here's the article for whoever didn't catch it

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Things like Cooley breaking his ankle, Samuels' degenerative neck condition, and Rinehart's broken have nothing to do with poor conditioning. Mike Williams tearing a muscle in his foot isn't a conditioning issue. These kind of things don't fall on the trainers. Did you know the Saints have more players on IR than the Redskins? They're in the Super Bowl. I doubt they fire their staff.

I'm not sure what metrics are used to judge a strength and conditioning staff. I mean, a big part of it has to do with the players' willingness to train hard. I don't think season ending injuries are the fault of s/c coaches. I do know that the past two seasons we didn't have nearly as many of the strains/pulls we dealt with during Gibbs' 2.0.

I know a couple of guys who were on this staff the past few years, so obviously I'm biased here.
I think Zorn had a lot to do with the poor conditionings letting players off easy at training camp & etc letting them go home during camp that played part as well.
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