Quickie Camp Notes, Day 6
Quickie Camp Notes, Day 6
May 19, 2024 4:21 AM


– Rainy, miserably morning. Could we have our first indoor practice of the new regime?

– We will be outside today. No bubble time today.

– Run of the mill stuff from Coach Flores today.

– Want to impress me? Do it in the kicking game.- Coach Flores

– Coach Flores confirms he is not a “bubble guy”. Team has to get acclimated to this weather. Camp is supposed to be hard.- Coach Flores

– Kiko Alonso to be back in a day or 2- Coach Flores

– Kiko Alonso, Kalen Ballage, Clive Walford OUT for practice today. Nothing serious on Ballage.

– Tankersley, Hull remain on PUP list.

– Dwayne Allen returns.

– We have a crew of officials today, for the first time in Training Camp

– Michael Dieter at LG, Shaq Calhoun at RG on 1st team OL.

– Far field work today.

– Appears early on that Josh Rosen is working 2nd team.

– Team stretch.

– QB warmup ongoing. Sharp. No complaints today.

– Jake Rudock doesn’t have a terrible arm, but it’s not good either.

– The WR group is probably the most athletically gifted unit on the team. Their warmups tend to always be sharp, impressive. There are a lot of pros in that group.

– Shaq Calhoun in OK drills. Displays short choppy steps hitting his mark on a reach drill. Good stuff.

– QB warmup going off without a hitch.

– Yep. Rudock back to scout team work. Rosen to the 2nd team.

– Michael Dieter obliterates Godchaux on a play action look. Well executed.

– Nate Orchard looks best in pass rush drills. He has been bad this camp against the run.

– TJ McDonald being called for Defensive holding on 1v1. Expected. Man to Man in space to him is foreign. The worst of his skill sets.

– 7v7 now.

– Josh Rosen having a sharp segment to practice here. Good to see. Fitzpatrick however….been better. Both are sharp, so that’s good to see.

– I don’t usually talk like this, but this Defense with better personnel, namely on the edge, and in secondary, is going to be a problem. Tricky, smart, versatile. Multiple looks, movement. Baiting coverages….very happy with this.

– Eric Rowe….near pick six on Fitzy. Intended for Stills.

– Xavien Howard, picks off Fitzy. Intended for Preston William’s. Under cut the deep in cut.

– Rudock deep out to Grant. Hartage in coverage.

– There was a Rep deficiency for Josh Rosen in that last 11v11 segment.

– Special Teams Work. Jakeem Grant leaves practice with a leg issue.

– Some 7v7 here.

– Durham Smythe quietly having a good camp.

– Josh Rosen still not trusting what he sees. Too many check downs for a Camp practice in July.

– Michael Dieter T.N.T. wall……false start. Can we do that in games too?

– Josh Rosen sails an out route to his comfortable side (right).

– Josh Rosen with a sharp out route completion to Preston Williams.

– Andrew Van Ginkel sure does blast off that edge. Him and Orchard, most noticeable of the edge guys. Harris is being asked to do many other things.

– Fitzpatrick seems to be experimenting with things. Picks ensue once again.

– Fitzpatrick executing a 2 minute drill. Coach Flores steps in to call Timeout after gaining 12 yards. FG try with no football. Seemed to be an alignment, time drill.

– Josh Rosen, does the same. Completes a bubble screen. That’s a wrap. That’s practice.

– After practice, we in the media met with NFL officials so they can explain the new rule changes. More on that on another date.

Practice MVP: DeVante Parker, Durham Smythe, Vincent Taylor

Struggled: Chris Reed, Charles Harris

Alfredo Arteaga (@UptownReport) is one-third of the trio that does the Three Yards Per Carry (@3YardsPerCarry) podcast.

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