OK, so tonights practice was a little disappointing. They pretty much practiced exclusively on the far field and it was hard to see. And with half the players having their jerseys rolled up only giving you a portion of the number to see to begin with, its hard to really tell whos who. So unfortunately I'm not going to have near as much for you as normal. I mainly watch the skill players b/c its easier to see passing from far away than the big uglies who get jumbled togther from far away. The QBs tonight were mainly unimpressive IMO. Henne was inconsistent. His accuracy left more to be desired and he checked down a decent amount. However, it does seem that he is moving around more trying to buy more time. One pass he did have going were some nice touch passes over the middle, dropping them over a few defenders. He also was throwing a pretty deep ball down the right sideline during 1v1 drills. But during the 11v11's, he was leaving passes short/low today. As far as Moore and Devlin, I couldnt find Moore out there at all. Later I find out, that Moore changed from 4 to 8. Well, from the far field, with 8 looking a lot like 9, I guess I thought they were the same person. You arent missing much though b/c I didnt have a lot of good things written down about "#9". lol For the WRs, Marshall and Bess looked good as usual, although each had a drop. Gates was definitely showing off his speed during the 1v1 drills, and it seemed to translate to the 11v11s. Was much quicker getting in and out of his routes than he was Saturday, as he now looks like hes going full speed. His routes still need a little work, but they arent half bad either. We ran him on a lot of drag and slant routes today, and that may be more of how we plan on playing him while he is still a little raw. Speaking of which, I do believe the quick slant is now in our playbook. Saw a good amount of them out there today, which I'm glad to see. Carter didnt seem to have as good of a practice as he did the first 2 I attended. Nothing really bad, but didnt really stand out today either. Julius Pruitt was that receiver tonight. Just seemed to make a lot of plays. For the RBs... again... failed to get the memo on the #8 change. Was looking for Reggie as #8 and couldnt find him. Didnt find out about it until we were half way through practice that Reggie changed to 22. He looks healthy and fast, and as we all know is natural catching the football. Seemed to use him in the passing game a good amount, more downfield than your typical swing pass in the flat. He ran some wheel routes, one of which Henne targeted him but underthrew him. DThomas looked pretty good again too. Flashed some pretty good speed today on some nice runs. Clay also got some work today. The guy really has some good athleticism, looks fluid like a WR out there... and after the catch, when rocking the 31 he really looks like a RB. We ran him on a couple quick slants and he also had a nice fade route down the right sideline from "#9". Receiving isnt going to be an issue for him. If this kid can add a little more bulk w/o loosing his speed, I think he can be a pretty damn good player for us. As I mentioned, Fasano also caught some nice passes over the middle after getting behind his man. Sorry, really didnt get much else on the defense or trenches. Was so damn hard to see who the hell was who. Such a shame too b/c they were in full pads today. Whatever, I'll take it. Next time I'll be up to date on the number changes, and hopefully they'll actually use the close field for a drill or two!