Scott and Jeremy talk with Jerry Coleman with an update on the Ravens training camp.
What kind of music do they use to distract the team? Apparently it was nothing Coleman recognizes but one, The Who.
A few updates with the players including Bernard Pierce and Jah Reid. Pierce is still coming off surgery and Reed should be ready for training camp sometime soon. We are still anticipating TJ Yates.
Coleman included some reports on Gary Kubiak and changing of the offense and his influence. When will we see this? We will probably start to see an actual change in the preseason, according to Coleman. The history of Kubiak isn’t the long passes but it obviously depends on how the game is being played. It should be a totally different offense then what we have seen before.
Some players who have been good this offseason are Dumerville and of course, Ngata. There was some questions about Tim Jernigan but he is actually doing very well and is quick.
Brett Irvin, rookie of the UVA is one to watch. The 6’7”, 278 lbs rookie has blocked a couple passes from Joe Flacco.
A few other guys to look at is CJ Mosely and Terrence Brooks. Terrence Brooks is a slow learner, though. He is still catching up and is trying to eliminate some distractions.
With cutting players, Harbaugh tries to keep the door slightly open when they are cut. A few players did not pass the physical so they cut to a minimal agreement and keep that door slightly open just in case.
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