Armanti was running with the 1s the whole practice. I'm assuming it's because Hixon wasn't out there. It feels very strange to say it, but AE actually looked really good (not kidding). He ran good routes, caught every pass cleanly with his hands (away from his body), and had no drops.
It was a beautiful site seeing 59, 58, and 52 all on the field at the same time.
Star is a BIG man with huge arms. Short wasn't as big as I expected.
Lester, the Safety from Bama may be a nice surprise. He was in the middle of a few good plays
it's amazing how comfortable Ginn looks fielding punts vs. AE, Adams, and LaFell. It looks effortless for him.
Cam returned the last punt of the drill and ran it back through the D who all took turns "fake" tackling him
Gettis looked quick. It was Ginn, Gettis, and Pilares/ Adams with the 2s
Jimmy Clausen looked......like Jimmy Clausen.
The coolest part of the day, however, was when they were signing autographs after practice. There was a blind kid (sorry if that is't PC) beside me with his grandma. J Stew passed the kid, saw him, and then came back to talk to him. Apparently Stew had met him before and went to the kid and said "hey man it's Jonathan Stewart. Do you remember me?". The kid said "oh yeah, you're the running back!", and then they talked a little bit. The entire time as the players came by to sign his ball they would tell the kid their name and the kid would tell them their position. Cam was the last one by and he stopped for a good 2-3 minutes (which is a long time) and signed for the kid, took pics, and talked to him. The kid had written a letter to Cam and Cam thanked him and took it with him. For all the s&it he gets from the national media, it's stuff like that that shows the type of person and leader he is. He could have easily signed and moved on, especially after signing for 30 minutes already. But he took the time to make that kid's day. Beason also told the kid his first tackle was going to be for him,