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#1 vmax


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Posted 24 May 2019 - 04:50 AM

Of course the reports are good.... :gorave:



For all the talk about Lamar Jackson’s throwing, he had a strong day Thursday. He had good zip on his passes and was accurate at all levels of the field. He did miss some throws and there were a few wobbly passes that bothered him, but that will happen and he has time to iron them out. All-and-all, it was a good showing. Second-year defensive end Zach Sieler stood out on several occasions, including keeping Jackson contained on a rollout and batting down another pass. The 6-foot-6 seventh-round pick (Ozzie Newsome’s final pick) could end up replacing departed Brent Urban.
Cornerback Marlon Humphrey had a very nice interception, leaping to make a nice play on the ball along the sideline. He picked off the pass by Robert Griffin III, then launched the ball in celebration. Humphrey is looking to get more picks this year.
Outside linebacker Tyus Bowser was active off the edge, tipping one pass and nearly intercepting it, and looking good in coverage.
New veteran outside linebacker Shane Ray passes the eye test. He’s huge and seemingly in great shape. Veteran Pernell McPhee also looks to be in good shape. Both were praised by Head Coach John Harbaugh.............https://www.baltimor...-ready-for-more




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The simple fact is, all this 22-year-old has done since entering the league is charm his teammates, win over his coaches, make spectacular plays, get better by the week and, oh yeah, win football games (now 7-2 in starts, including the playoffs). He has been a beacon in the community, with a natural joy about him and a positive energy you can see in the clips of his interactions with young fans at training camp.


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Posted 24 May 2019 - 09:30 AM

They were saying Joe was having his best camp of his career at this point.  It means nothing until they are on the field.  I need to see him in a scrimmage/preseason.

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I am better at this than my predecessor.

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Posted 24 May 2019 - 05:23 PM

I don't think we'll get a good read until the preseason games start especially the one where the regulars play most or half of the game in week 3

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"Not bad for a running back"

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