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Brandon Williams and Nelson Rosario

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Rosario looked skinny as a rail out there today.

Agreed, the man has chicken legs. Saw Williams pushing and shoving some guy, maybe Norman? on a kickoff drill the first day of camp. I like the guys who scuffle a bit myself

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Williams has good open field after the catch agility and awareness. He looks the ball all the way in and seemed to find holes underneath and made himself available to the QBs even when they wanted to go deep. I like # 86. I kept an eye on him as much as I could. He's got as good of a shot as any to make this team.

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I think Hartsock would be out if either of these 2 step up. Brockel is more versatile.

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Williams and Rosario the 2013 Lamont Bryant

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Williams and Rosario the 2013 Lamont Bryant

Except for the fact that one of them actually makes the team...! We've kept 4 on the roster the past two seasons. I don't see that changing this year.

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Williams and Rosario the 2013 Lamont Bryant

Williams is a far more polished prospect than Bryant.

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Dead serious. 

 

Of 1,413 offensive snaps by the tight end position last year, Brockel played in only 67 snaps.

 

I understand his ST upside by I would much rather see his roster spot given to a real TE that could compliment Greg Olsen similar to when Shockey was around.

Good stats.  is that referring to the offensive snaps Brockel took at FB too?  However, I am thinking a few things about revitalizing the run game--I imagine we will use him in the fullback/hback role more.   While everyone is focusing on RG, I am concerned about both T spots.  I do not see us playing a team like Denver or Seattle without having someone to offer help.

 

I agree with your statement about the other TE.  I would like to see that too.  I wonder if the weak OL is causing us to have players to support the blocking instead of players to enahance the passing game. 

 

This made me think about an aspect of the team I have not really considered. 

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