Anyone else think Egnew looked like he lost weight?
"I definitely would have been a first rounder"
what is that receiver talking about? No one even knew about him and if I recall, he was very very raw from highlight videos
Omar said he thought Egnew gained 10 pounds from last season
Only the Dolphins would have a Chicago Bears Ballboy as their GM
Instant Analysis: Dolphins OTA #2
By John Congemi on May 29, 2013 at 2:51 pm
The weather again played a role as the Dolphins started Organized Team Activities today in Davie. This time the rain came early and the team practiced inside the bubble, but it didn’t affect the workload on Wednesday morning. The focus was primarily on more red zone situations and tempo again was at a rapid pace. There were some encouraging signs on both sides of the ball, and here are some of the highlights of today’s workout.
1) Defense Looks Sharp – The one constant today was the ability of multiple defenders to make plays on the football and getting some takeaways from the offense! Not only did players look comfortable in defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle’s scheme, they played with quickness and were decisive when attacking the ball. Linebacker Koa Misi and safety Kelcie McCray both had interceptions in competitive drills today, and linebackers Philip Wheeler and Dannell Ellerbe looked like they were settling in quickly. Cornerback Brent Grimes again impressed me with his technique and skill, and his body language screams with confidence.
Last edited by Fin Fan in Cali; 05-29-2013 at 10:06 PM.
I sprouted a genuine SPARANER from this portion of the report:
Caleb Strugis missed a 47 yard field goal then made a 32-yarder, 48-yarder, and 49-yarder.
Note: key definition
Sparaner (spuh-RAH-ner) - noun: a Sparano boner
keller is going to become the red zone threat that he should have been in new york.
he will catch more touchdowns than anthony fasano had each of the last two seasons (5 and 5).
Sounds like the defense won today.