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rivera comments on OTAs so far...and updates on today

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Tummy? 

 

 

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yes...tummy strain.

 

what was it that rivera called newton last year?

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The guys showed up and did some drills where contact is not allowed

 

 

/summary until late July

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They've probably already crossed receiver off the list of needs now for next years draft since Smitty looks 25

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Mr Mopey Head

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Not surprised considering Smitty works out like a beast

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I fully expect to not see Smith in any per season games. Dude is a stud but needs rest.

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    • Depends on what the play calling looks like this year. I try to avoid judging individuals on the success of a group, unless it's the HC. If Shula's play calling looks like hot garbage like it has so far and Cam & co. are just making up for it like in 2015, then yes I'll continue to hate him. If the playbook (and situational playcalling) is indeed better then I'll be glad and start warming up to Shula. 
    • Nice work on the weight loss!...thought you were gone???
    • I still think he's most valuable in a pass rushing specialist role and hopefully with the addition of Peppers and Hall we can largely keep him in that role. When he's fresh he's really hard for an OT to stay in front of. I expect him to play a bigger role thos season, but he played 434 snaps last year. Ideally, I don't want that number much over 500. For reference, CJ played 543 snaps and Ealy 623. Ajudted for snap count, Addison was by far our most productive DE.