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    Smile for what its worth.....camp note

    for anyone who may be at all interested here is a little excert from the story on newyorkjets.com about mini camp day three.


    The majority of Saturday’s practice involved two minute warning drills. While all four quarterbacks led a series a piece, it was Kellen Clemens’ 20-yard cannon to Laveranues Coles in the end zone that took highlight honors, right in front of Chad Pennington’s 40-yard connection to Reggie Newhouse – who leaped up and reached over the heads of two defenders for the grab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vilmas vengance
    for anyone who may be at all interested here is a little excert from the story on newyorkjets.com about mini camp day three.


    The majority of Saturday’s practice involved two minute warning drills. While all four quarterbacks led a series a piece, it was Kellen Clemens’ 20-yard cannon to Laveranues Coles in the end zone that took highlight honors, right in front of Chad Pennington’s 40-yard connection to Reggie Newhouse – who leaped up and reached over the heads of two defenders for the grab.
    well...it doesn't exactly say that it hit newhouse in stride..he had to jump up between two defenders???it sounds like a typical chad weather balloon..
    sounds nicer than it probably looked..sorry..JMHO..

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    Kellen Clemens’ 20-yard cannon to Laveranues Coles in the end zone that took highlight honors



    I'm more excited about that play. I've seen enough of Chad's '40 yard' passes to know to not get too excited. Clemens' 'cannon' is something new, and something that is very intriguing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vilmas vengance
    for anyone who may be at all interested here is a little excert from the story on newyorkjets.com about mini camp day three.


    The majority of Saturday’s practice involved two minute warning drills. While all four quarterbacks led a series a piece, it was Kellen Clemens’ 20-yard cannon to Laveranues Coles in the end zone that took highlight honors, right in front of Chad Pennington’s 40-yard connection to Reggie Newhouse – who leaped up and reached over the heads of two defenders for the grab.
    Sounds like Mangini cut them some slack on the last day by just practicing two-minute warning drills which is in a way a good thing.

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