The second scrimmage
of camp was today. Paul Zeise says it's a 'now or never'
opportunity of sorts for some players.
But unlike the first scrimmage, there is no tomorrow -- for the most part, this will be the final audition until the games start Sept. 5.
That's because after today, the coaching staff will sit down and evaluate the first 12 days of practice and put together an initial depth chart before setting their sights on preparing for the season.
And while the competitions technically will continue for the final four days of camp, the opportunities to make a move significantly will decrease.
This scrimmage was closed to the public today, so I'm wondering how the players from the key position battles fared.
Good to hear that the secondary has limited giving up big plays
other than to Jonathan Baldwin. That is one of my concerns about the team.Injuries
are all over the place.
Hope to have some scrimmage links tomorrow.