Receivers coach John Garrett
Today’s practice was the wettest, longest, loudest and most physical one of training camp so far. With the players in full pads for the first time, there was more hitting and hollering than before – and that was just the coaching staff.
Al Groh and his assistants aren’t shy about offering criticism or praise, as they showed throughout the nearly three-hour practice. They would yell in a player’s face one minute, then give him a high five the next. Their enthusiasm and energy livened up a damp afternoon.
And I shouldn’t leave out receivers coach John Garrett, who is worth the price of admission to an open practice. (Oh, they’re free? Never mind.) He’s
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