They also worked rookie Cade Mays more at center on Wednesday. He's taken some snaps in the middle throughout camp though most of his work has come at guard. He's a versatile player, and that helps his chances of making the 53-man roster.
Yeah, I guess I'm just saying coaches aren't without their own biases and agendas... had it been another guy, they probably don't throw him out of practice two days in a row. But, judging from what Slater said, it sounds pretty cut and dry that he concussed him and then stood over him. Perhaps in the heat of the moment, Robinson didn't realize or feel like he was standing over him, but it probably doesn't matter what he thinks now.
That stretch won't be as hard as imagined. Every year people make the same mistake of thinking last year's good teams will still be good. Not all of them will be. I expect TB, SF, Arizona and LA won't be as good as you think they'll be. I honestly expect TB to crash and burn this season and Arizona has a prima donna problem and SF has a QB problem most likely. LA is good but Stafford has been abused most of his career. If they lose him they are not the same team.