It’s difficult to appreciate the organization and military precision of an Al Groh practice without attending one. Perhaps the best way to describe it is with a military-style breakdown of Monday night’s practice, complete with observations and a few scattered opinions.
But first, let’s start with the news of the day – the biggest developments from training camp.
Now shine your shoes, keep your back straight and pay attention, soldier, as we take you through today’s practice. Each mention of the time (military time, of course) signifies a blast of the air horn and a change of stations.
Practice begins with special teams work. Michael Johnson, Emmanuel Byers , Kevin Ogletree , Mike Brown and Andrew Pearman take turns fielding punts. Johnson, Ogletree, Brown, Mikell Simpson , Cedric Peerman
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