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Fix Joe Adams

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I think we all agree that if Joe could just hang on to the ball he would have return duties locked up.

What can be done this offseason to help make that happen?

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Bruce DeHaven could talk to him about ball security.

I might even suggest Jim Skipper could help with that.

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Whatever Tiki Barber did.

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Have him work at the pron shop on weekends, working on hand strength. and slippery balls?

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Anybody not named Brian Murphy, which we have now

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Ball security drills or having him carry a football around all day everyday and having random people try to come punch it out at random times

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Bruce DeHaven could talk to him about ball security.

I might even suggest Jim Skipper could help with that.

yeah, i think both guys could help a lot with that.

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Whatever Tiki Barber did.

Well, we do have a guy with a connection to the guy that fixed Tiki.

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Ball security drills or having him carry a football around all day everyday and having random people try to come punch it out at random times

I don't think that his hands are so bad, but I think that it's about absorbing contact during special teams. People are coming at you with crazy speed and he's small. But he does need to improve holding the ball closer and higher when fighting for extra yards.

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Maybe just hit the weight room a little bit. He doesn't have to add a lot of size, but just enough that I'm not scared of him dying every time he gets hit.

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