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NFC South Training Camp One-Liners

Falcons RB Michael Turner looks to be running faster than he was during last season.

The Falcons released CB Gabe Derricks and signed TE Robbie Agnone, a member of New England’s practice squad in 2009.

WR Roddy White says that the Falcons defense has been dominating through the early sessions of training camp.

Rookie WR Kerry Meier’s decision to play without gloves makes him stand out at Falcons camp.

Panthers WR Steve Smith caught a few passes using his broken left arm on Saturday night.

The start of practice hasn’t done much to clear up the question of who will be at defensive tackle for the Panthers. 

T Jordan Gross is routinely beating DE Everette Brown during one-on-one drills at Panthers practice.

Rookie Panthers DE Greg Hardy is doing his best to live down his reputation as a problem child.

Lance Moore has been the standout wide receiver at Saints camp.

Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams says that there’s no frontrunner yet for the starting strongside linebacker job.

Undrafted rookie DE Junior Galette is opening some eyes with his play during Saints practices.

According to coach Sean Payton, the Saints will get WR Marques Colston and LB Clint Ingram back from injury before WR Robert Meachem or S Darren Sharper.

The first day of Buccaneers camp found all 80 players on the field with no one missing time because of an injury.   

LB Barrett Ruud didn’t talk about his desire for a new contract in relation to the new deal signed by T Donald Penn.

Penn said that the injuries suffered by Giants S Chad Jones in a car accident made him renew efforts at getting a deal done with the Buccaneers.

As expected after a six-week hiatus, the Buccaneers offense struggled on Saturday.

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6 Responses to “NFC South Training Camp One-Liners”
  1. edgy says: Aug 1, 2010 10:07 AM

    Quick, who was the head coach for the high scoring team in Tampa Bay history? :)

  2. Catamount says: Aug 1, 2010 11:04 AM

    Edgy: McCay?
    Gross should beat Everette Brown at this point. As a panther fan, I would be very concerned if it were the other way around.

  3. cailte says: Aug 1, 2010 12:09 PM

    “offense struggled on Saturday” – Just like on Sundays. What’s new?

  4. Beckzhere says: Aug 1, 2010 1:22 PM

    They can say all they want, the NFC South will be owned by the Falcons.

  5. scra22 says: Aug 1, 2010 3:13 PM

    “# Beckzhere says: August 1, 2010 1:22 PM
    They can say all they want, the NFC South will be owned by the Falcons.”
    That’s what everyone said last year.

  6. Favre'sDirtyWranglers says: Aug 1, 2010 4:05 PM

    They can say all they want, the NFC South will be owned by the Falcons.
    Falcons=Fail

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