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Old 07-11-2007, 11:29 AM   #21
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lol.

i hope some of those double practices are a little laid back with minimal contact working on fundamentals. maybe 2 hours of actually practicing catching the ball. have players run through the gauntlet with the ball. juggs machine. jumping on live balls, and stuff like that.
well we know its not going to be a 'cheesy' training camp...
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camp is never fun, but I rather have two two-a-day practices than one day with one practice. At least from my experience, two a day practices are shorter in length. One a day practices are like three to four hours long, at least in college, as opposed to 1:45 to 2 hour long two-a day practices. Your one the field for just about the same amount of time, but you get a break in between with two a day practices.


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(As a sidenote, wouldn't you just love to see Plax having to endure Camp Tomlin?)
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Agreed - next thing we may be hearing is that water breaks are for sissies.
After what happened to Korey Stringer, I sincerely hope not and kind of doubt it.
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lol.

i hope some of those double practices are a little laid back with minimal contact working on fundamentals. maybe 2 hours of actually practicing catching the ball. have players run through the gauntlet with the ball. juggs machine. jumping on live balls, and stuff like that.
Let's not forget the fundamentals of TACKLING!!!! That would be superb! And how amazing would it be to watch our boys on Sunday and watch them WRAP UP rather than try to knock a RB or WR off their feet while giving a flying elbow (or some other weak attempt at a wrestling move)!
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Apparently the front office did not get the memo about all the two a days; the attached link states practice goes from 2:55-6:00 p.m. daily except for closed practices the day before the first two exhibition games

http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/07192/800865-66.stm

Maybe the new single wing offense will be installed during the unannounced, closed to the public, morning two a day sessions
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I am glad that a tough camp is on tap. These guys need to prepare for everyone coming at them. I work in Cleveland, and their entire season is predicated on beating Pittsburgh.

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Apparently the front office did not get the memo about all the two a days; the attached link states practice goes from 2:55-6:00 p.m. daily except for closed practices the day before the first two exhibition games

http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/07192/800865-66.stm

Maybe the new single wing offense will be installed during the unannounced, closed to the public, morning two a day sessions
you know... I have often wondered if the single wing could be utilized in today's NFL... Not regularly, but as a wrinkle. Especially when we had ARE that could run or pass out of the formation.
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