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Thread: KRL Camp Notes (7/29/12)

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    KRL Camp Notes (7/29/12)

    General Notes

    - Players in full pads

    - Practice ran 2 hours and 40 minutes

    - Kerley, Davis, Otah, White & Campbell working to the side with trainers.
    This is totally my opinion but from watching Otah move I'll be shocked if he
    doesn't pass his physical. He has no limp, wrap or brace on his knee and he
    was doing his conditioning run with no problem. But I'm no doctor

    - Landry was dressed but was held out of practice today

    - Coach Dunbar was cross-teaching the LB's on how to improve their pass
    rush moves

    - Coach DeGuglielmo (OLine) went "old school" today making the OLine push
    him on the blocking sled 40 yards downfield during warmups

    - To keep the offense moving at a fast tempo I noticed Sparano has them on
    a 25 second clock instead of a 40 second one

    - Something new that I've noticed the defense is now running more
    "coordinated coverage" drills. Instead of the LB's and DB's working on
    coverage by themselves now everyone (DL, LB & DB) works on pass
    coverage as a unit

    - Westhoff was installing his fake punt package with Tebow today (draws,
    jump passes)

    - A lot of mixing and matching in the personnel groupings today. Also a lot
    of reps for the #2's and #3's

    - One four man nickel look had Maybin, Wilkerson, Coples & Pace on the front
    line


    Player Notes

    - Maybin had a great day today. Constantly in the backfield for "sacks" or
    "tackles for loss"

    - The two drafted safeties (Bush & Allen) flashed today. Bush showed good
    range covering from the middle of the field to the sideline. And Allen
    showed good anticipation with two INT's

    - Cromartie and Wilson had a good days in coverage

    - Sapp flashed today with a "pressure" and "tackle for loss" he also showed
    excellent closing speed tackling Powell on the sideline

    - I saw why Rex mentioned Schlauderaff yesterday. As a center he's
    showing an excellent ability to "stone" defenders and even when he gets
    beaten he's able to redirect and maintain his block

    - Kroul was impressive in 1 on 1 drills against the DLine

    - Wilkerson, Coples and Ellis were impressive in 1 on 1 drills against the
    OLine

    - You saw the inconsistency of Hunter today. In one rep against Pace he
    ducks his head and Pace flys by him. Then DeGuglielmo makes him take his
    rep again and you see his talent when he stones Pace

    - The star RB today was Powell. A 40 yard off tackle "TD" run and he also
    showed the willingness to run between the tackles

    - McKnight also showed toughness staying between the tackles and running
    hard

    - Ray Webber a WR also flashed today he had a nice one handed TD grab
    (30 yds) from McElroy

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    Ladies and Gentleman, KRL Camp Notes...None better!

    KRL, thanks! Awesome job!

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    Thanks for the info. Look forward to your reports.

    I know its early, but in your opinion, how is the Slauson/Ducasse battle going? Anything noteworthy?

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    Thanks, KRL.

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    A couple of answers:

    - Dowtin must have pulled something because he was fully dressed then
    he was working with the trainers

    - The Slauson / Ducasse battle is even in my opinion

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    KRL, as other have said thanks for the updates.

    Do you feel that Ducasse has made huge improvements or Slauson has regressed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KRL View Post
    A couple of answers:

    - Dowtin must have pulled something because he was fully dressed then
    he was working with the trainers

    - The Slauson / Ducasse battle is even in my opinion
    That's actually good news on Vlad. So no "lost" looks on him?

    As always thanks for the observations.

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    DeGuglielmo is riding Ducasse hard, you always hear him calling his name.
    May be he just needed more of a drill master coach instead of a cerebral
    one like Callahan.

    From the first couple of practices I believe our offense will have three main
    components

    1. Power running
    2. Screen passes
    3. Vertical routes

    There will be no more 4 yard slants and hope the WR can break it for a
    first down

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    Was this Ellis' first day of practice since his release?

    Thanks for the great work KRL!

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    Thanks buddy. If maybin stays healthy, hes gonna be a 12 plus sack guy. His speed off the snap is amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KRL View Post

    - The two drafted safeties (Bush & Allen) flashed today. Bush showed good
    range covering from the middle of the field to the sideline. And Allen
    showed good anticipation with two INT's
    anyway 1 or both make the team? we need safties who can cover

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    Great job, KRL. Thanks!

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    Nice job, krl. Thanx for taking the time to post and answer questions. I love this site.

    ...and i fade back to black.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sect313 View Post
    anyway 1 or both make the team? we need safties who can cover
    I'm pretty sure both will be on the 53 man roster. Bush is our only true free safety, and Allen is a steal at SS. Bell isn't going to be here long term.

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    So Ducasse/Slauson being even does that mean that Ducasse is showing improvements?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KRL View Post
    Player Notes

    - Maybin had a great day today. Constantly in the backfield for "sacks" or
    "tackles for loss"
    I'm excited to see Aaron go off this year... QB's beware!!!

    - Ray Webber a WR also flashed today he had a nice one handed TD grab
    (30 yds) from McElroy
    It's nice to see Mark's REAL back up is doing well this off-season...
    $0.02...

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    Thanks for these reports. These are 50x's better and more informative than the flashy twitter reports I follow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonJET View Post
    $0.02...

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    You're a hero KRL. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KRL View Post
    DeGuglielmo is riding Ducasse hard, you always hear him calling his name.
    May be he just needed more of a drill master coach instead of a cerebral
    one like Callahan.

    From the first couple of practices I believe our offense will have three main
    components

    1. Power running
    2. Screen passes
    3. Vertical routes

    There will be no more 4 yard slants and hope the WR can break it for a
    first down
    KRL is the PRE-SEASON superstar!!!

    But screen passes? We havent called or executed screen passes in 10 years!
    Same with Draw Plays...are you SURE you saw these?

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