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NFC South training camp one-liners

QB Matt Ryan did well during the redzone portion of Tuesday’s Falcons practice with the Jaguars.

Jaguars QB David Garrard had a good day as well, raising questions about the fitness of the Falcons pass defense.

Because Harry Douglas and Michael Jenkins were both absent, Brian Finneran was at wide receiver for the Falcons first team offense on Tuesday.

The Falcons released their depth chart for the first preseason game and it features Christopher Owens as a starting cornerback.

Quarterbacks Jimmy Clausen and Hunter Cantwell are now splitting second team reps for the Panthers.

Panthers WR Brandon LaFell is seeing a steady rise in the amount of snaps he takes with the first team offense.

T Jeff Otah is optimistic about his chances of playing in the first Panthers regular season game.

Panthers DT Ed Johnson dropped to all fours as a casualty of a heat index that reached 108 degrees on Tuesday.

Saints S Darren Sharper has no idea when he’ll be able to return to practice.

Saints RB Reggie Bush did not participate in full-squad drills on Tuesday afternoon.

CB Randall Gay said it was nice to be in New England on Tuesday and out of the normally hot weather of Saints practices.

Saints QB Drew Brees was 7-of-8 in his first two-minute drill at Tuesday’s practice but struggled on subsequent tries.

Rookie WR Mike Williams is listed as a starter on the first Buccaneers depth chart.

The Buccaneers claimed TE Martin Rucker off of waviers from the Eagles, signed S Vince Anderson and waived DE George Johnson and WR Mario Urrutia.

The Buccaneers skipped their morning practice on Tuesday in favor of a trip to the movies.

Buccaneers S Corey Lynch spent some of the evening practice playing Wildcat quarterback for the scout team.
      

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10 Responses to “NFC South training camp one-liners”
  1. ytrain says: Aug 11, 2010 10:17 AM

    The Jaguars and David Garrard do not compete in the NFC South.

  2. daffx4 says: Aug 11, 2010 10:24 AM

    Just to let you guys know….. the JAGS ARE NOT IN THE NFC SOUTH. Thanks.

  3. cailte says: Aug 11, 2010 10:31 AM

    What did the Bucs watch? Titanic?

  4. majorlots says: Aug 11, 2010 10:32 AM

    what movie did the bucs go see, dinner for schmucks?

  5. QotSA says: Aug 11, 2010 10:43 AM

    Hey morons, the Jags practiced together with the Falcons. That’s why they are mentioned here.
    Read the entire one-liner before you shout off and look like little bitches.

  6. NickTheTitan says: Aug 11, 2010 11:02 AM

    Don’t you think that PFT knows what division the jaguars are in you idiots?! If y’all kept up with football at all, y’all would know that the falcons and jaguars are having joint practices.

  7. TasteTheSteel says: Aug 11, 2010 11:02 AM

    Considering the Jags are in Flowery Branch to scrimmage the Falcons, and Garrard did well against the Falcons secondary it’s worth noting for Falcon fans. Where does it say that the Jags play in the NFC South?

  8. daffx4 says: Aug 11, 2010 11:48 AM

    “TasteTheSteel” — Is this Ben Roethlisberger’s screen name?

  9. brasho says: Aug 11, 2010 2:17 PM

    Gee, what a surprise, the Falcons dumped a ton of money on Dunta Robinson, who isn’t even close to the same player he used to be before he destroyed his knee and then have a complete unknown at the other CB position and their pass defense is struggling… who’d a thunk it?

  10. TasteTheSteel says: Aug 11, 2010 6:14 PM

    daff you’re a clever one.

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