Quick note… The numbers after the players’ names indicates what round CBS projects them to be drafted.
WRs/TEs vs DBs
– Janoris Jenkins (1-2) blankets Jeff Fuller (4-5) and does a nice job breaking up a pass. Jenkins then starts talking trash to Fuller, saying “SEC, baby!” Except that… you know… Jenkins got kicked off the team at Florida and had to play his senior season at North Alabama. I think Jenkins could make some sense for the Redskins or the Cowboys if he falls to the 2nd round. The Cowboys’ needs for a corner are obvious, but the Redskins could opt to get out of Deangelo Hall’s terrible contract, which could create a need at corner. They’ll have all week to get a good feel for what kind of person he is.
– Brandon Boykin (2-3) tries to jam Dwight Jones (2-3) at the line, but Jones throws him to the ground and gets wide open.
– Joe Adams (4-5) smokes Casey Hayward (4-5) down the sideline on a go route, but the ball is overthrown.
– Ryan Steed (3-4) tries to jam Juron Criner (7-FA) at the line, but is basically just holding him.
– Ladarius Green (5) beats Brandon Taylor (5) on an out route. Green is a nice, big target at 6’6.
– Patrick Edwards (FA) beats Dwight Bentley (6-7) over the middle. Drop. And a bad one.
– Jenkins against Fuller again. This time Jenkins gets very physical at the line with Fuller, bordering on holding. Jenkins is chippy.
– Ladarius Green beats DeQuan Menzie (3-4) pretty easily on an out. It’s a wet, slippery track, but Menzie looks slow.
– Gorgeous diving catch by Joe Adams. Adams reminds me a little bit of DeSean Jackson. A little bit. Jackson is uncoverable in camp when the Eagles run this drill. It’s basically impossible to stay with him. Adams isn’t on that level, but he definitely has some of DeSean’s jukiness.
– Brandon Boykin jams Dwight Jones, stays with him through the route, and breaks up a pass. Gets a round of high 5’s from the other DBs.
– Juron Criner beats Ryan Steed deep.
– Antonio Allen (2-3) undercuts a pass intended for Deangelo Peterson (6). Nice breakup.
– Dwight Bentley owns whoever he was covering (couldn’t see who it was), and steps in front of a pass for a Pick 6.
– Dwight Jones beats Boykin deep. Boykin reaches out and grabs Jones for an obvious P.I. No high 5’s this time around.
OK, that’s it for now. I have some media thing to go to. I’ll type up the rest of my notes (7 on 7 and 11 on 11 sessions, as well as a couple players the Eagles were talking to) when I get home, or tomorrow morning.