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  1. arrellbee

    arrellbee Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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    The Herald articles on the web site are so strange it has me wondering if I'm losing my senses. ?? ??

    http://patriots.bostonherald.com/otherNFL/view.bg?articleid=149237&format=text

    I'm pasting the article just in case it disappears from the web site.

    Camphed
    By Herald sports staff
    Friday, July 21, 2006

    PHILADELPHIA (13-3)
    OPEN CAMP: July 29, Bethlehem, Pa.
    CAMP KEY: Avoid distraction of All-Pro WR Terrell Owens’ potential holdout. Figure out who’ll take Owens’ place should he not return.

    ATLANTA (11-5)
    OPEN CAMP: July 25, Flowery Branch, Ga.
    CAMP KEY: WRs Roddy White and second-year man Michael Jenkins in a fight to supplant starters Dez White and Peerless Price, who could be cut.

    MINNESOTA (8-8)
    OPEN CAMP: July 29, Mankato, Minn.
    CAMP KEYS: Must find an offensive identity without WR Randy Moss drawing double and triple coverage; must settle on kicker with Paul Edinger competing for job with Aaron Elling.

    ST. LOUIS (8-8)
    OPEN CAMP: July 28, St. Louis.
    CAMP KEYS: Develop replacement at safety for Aeneas Williams; put RB Steven Jackson in position to start ahead of Marshall Faulk.
    GREEN BAY (10-6)
    OPEN CAMP: June 29, Green Bay.
    CAMP KEYS: New coordinator Jim Bates takes over defense with plenty of holes; the reconstruction of what has been excellent OL.

    SEATTLE (9-7)
    OPEN CAMP: July 29, Cheney, Wash.
    CAMP KEYS: Get Shaun Alexander signed; groom QB Seneca Wallace to take over for departed Trent Dilfer as back up to Matt Hasselbeck.

    NEW ORLEANS (8-8)
    OPEN CAMP: July 29, Metairie, La.
    CAMP KEYS: Establish OT Jammal Brown as a starter to open holes for RB Deuce McAllister and protect QB Aaron Brooks; identify third WR behind Joe Horn and Donte Stallworth.
    CAROLINA (7-9)
    OPEN CAMP: July 29, Spartanburg, S.C.
    CAMP KEYS: Get RB Stephen Davis healthy; groom backup for QB Jake Delhomme in either Chris Weinke or rookie Stefan LeFors.

    DETROIT (6-10)
    OPEN CAMP: July 29, Allen Park, Mich.
    CAMP KEYS: WR Charles Rogers and LB Boss Bailey must prove they’re healthy. QB Joey Harrington in battle to show he deserves to start ahead of Jeff Garcia.

    ARIZONA (6-10)
    OPEN CAMP: July 31, Flagstaff, Ariz.
    CAMP KEY: New QB Kurt Warner must find comfort level with WRs Anquan Boldin and Larry Fitzgerald.

    NEW YORK GIANTS (6-10)
    OPEN CAMP: July 28, Albany, N.Y.
    CAMP KEY: Get QB Eli Manning familiar with newcomer Plaxico Burress and other receivers.
    DALLAS (6-10)
    OPEN CAMP: July 29, Oxnard, Calif.
    CAMP KEYS: Bill Parcells’ implementation of 3-4 defense with the wide bodies he’s brought in; work QB Drew Bledsoe needs into the offense.

    WASHINGTON (6-10)
    OPEN CAMP: July 31, Ashburn, Va.
    CAMP KEYS: Finding replacement for LB Antonio Pierce as brain of defense; development of QB Patrick Ramsey.

    TAMPA BAY (5-11)
    OPEN CAMP: July 28, Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
    CAMP KEY: Strengthen offensive line with new additions.
    CHICAGO (5-11)
    OPEN CAMP: July 24, Bourbonnais, Ill.
    CAMP KEY: With third offensive coordinator in as many seasons, find a way to score while keeping QB Rex Grossman healthy.
    SAN FRANCISCO (2-14)
    OPEN CAMP: July 29, Santa Clara, Calif.
    CAMP KEY: New coach Mike Nolan must install new offensive and defensive systems.
     
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  2. arrellbee

    arrellbee Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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    And then there is the AFC.

    Looks like there is a new challenge for the Patriots coming off of a 14-2 season to see if they can do without Weis and Crennell ?? ?? ??

    http://patriots.bostonherald.com/otherNFL/view.bg?articleid=149238&format=text

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    By Herald sports staff
    Friday, July 21, 2006

    PATRIOTS (14-2)
    OPEN CAMP: July 28, Foxboro
    CAMP KEYS: Revamp defensive backfield and linebacking; learn to cope without offensive coordinator Charlie Weis and defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel.

    PITTSBURGH (15-1)
    OPEN CAMP: July 31, Latrobe, Pa.
    CAMP KEYS: Get QB Ben Roethlisberger comfortable quickly with WR Cedrick Wilson, replacing Plaxico Burress; work offensive line back in gear.

    INDIANAPOLIS (12-4)
    OPEN CAMP: July 27, Terre Haute, Ind.
    CAMP KEYS: Keep RB Edgerrin James from holding out for multiyear deal; develop rookie CB Marlin Jackson into the kind of stopper defense needs.

    NEW YORK JETS (10-6)
    OPEN CAMP: July 28, Hempstead, N.Y.
    CAMP KEYS: QWB Chad Pennington’s recovery from offseason surgery and his assimilation into offensive coordinator Mike Heimerdinger’s system.

    SAN DIEGO (12-4)
    OPEN CAMP: July 28, San Diego.
    CAMP KEY: Hope that LB Shawne Merriman, first-round draft pick who didn’t attend offseason workouts, shows up and starts learning 3-4 defense.

    DENVER (9-7)
    OPEN CAMP: July 28, Denver.
    CAMP KEYS: See if 42-year-old Jerry Rice can play as third receiver; mold a starting running back from among Tatum Bell, Mike Anderson and Quentin Griffin.

    JACKSONVILLE (9-7)
    OPEN CAMP: July 29, Jacksonville.
    CAMP KEYS: Find offensive identity under new coordinator Carl Smith; get RB Fred Taylor healthy; figure out unsettled CB situation.

    BUFFALO (9-7)
    OPEN CAMP: July 30, Pittsford, N.Y.
    CAMP KEYS: Facilitate QB J.P. Losman’s ascension to starter; quicky develop revamped offensive line into a cohesive unit.

    BALTIMORE (9-7)
    OPEN CAMP: Aug. 1, Westminster, Md.
    CAMP KEYS: Adapting to new offensive coordinator Jim Fassel and new defensive coordinator Rex Ryan; improving play of QB Kyle Boller.

    CINCINNATI (8-8)
    OPEN CAMP: July 29, Georgetown, Ky.
    CAMP KEYS: Marvin Lewis is changing routine to have team fresh, hoping to avoid another slow start with four of first six games are on road.

    KANSAS CITY (7-9)
    OPEN CAMP: July 28, River Falls, Wis.
    CAMP KEYS: Improve one of league’s sorriest defenses with bevy of promising newcomers while squeezing one more good year out of aging high-scoring offense.

    HOUSTON (7-9)
    OPEN CAMP: July 30, Houston.
    CAMP KEYS: Revamp defense to generate some sort of legitimate pass rush; work to improve offensive line’s protection of franchise QB David Carr.

    OAKLAND (5-11)
    OPEN CAMP: July 29, Napa, Calif.
    CAMP KEY: Work WR Randy Moss into the offense; improve woeful defense; keep CB Charles Woodson, team’s franchise player, from losing interest.

    TENNESSEE (5-11)
    OPEN CAMP: July 29, Nashville.
    CAMP KEYS: Settle on seven new starters plus a new kicker; pick up some cheap veteran help off waiver wire at WR, DE and DB.

    CLEVELAND (4-12)
    CAMP KEYS: Devloping outside pass rusher in new coach Romeo Crennel’s 3-4 defense; choose starter amoig RBs Reuben Droughns, Lee Suggs and William Green.
    will battle for starting job, with one of the losers likely to be traded.

    MIAMI (4-12)
    OPEN CAMP: July 25, Davie, Fla.
    CAMP KEYS: New coach Nick Saban must shore up offense that averaged just 17.2 points and 275 yards per game; give tiring defense an infusion of youth.
     
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    Apparently, all of their football reporters are too busy trying to find out whether or not BB was "the other man."
     
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    p8ryts Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Can't get much lower than this. Somebody will be fired before the day is out.
     
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    Whoopsy-daisy! :rolleyes:

    If it doesn't appear in the print edition, maybe the year was set wrong for that entry in their db/publishing system? Dates are a slippery thing on the web...I briefly lost an article myself last week by accidentally publishing it two years into the past.

    On the upside, I'm now looking forward to a great year from Willie and David Givens! ;)
     
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    Nah - these snafu's take place all the time - as someone who works in Pubic Relations I can tell you all sorts of stories of embarrassing typos - it happens.
     
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    Pujo Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    An excellent point!
     
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    Sonce we are revisiting the past, I just cant decide who should be our QB guys. Bledsoe took us the SB, what has that brady ever done?
     
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    Next week please email me the winning Mass State Lottery numbers, but email them a week into the past. I will ... whoops, the email just came. Thanks a bunch.
     
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    Think nothing of it. In fact, I'm overscheduled for next week so I'm hoping that I'll write a column in 2008 to fill my quota.
     

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