Pictures: http://s11.photobucket.com/albums/a159/ekem015/2006-7-28/ They're in reverse-chronological order, except for 100_2607 for some reason. So the first picture taken is last in the album. Misc.: I see that Rasby has #88. He was shown around practice today, but didn't participate that much. Keron Henry has #1. Who was #47? Not Claridge obviously, but it wasn't Roach, Mays, Woods, Alexander, or Mincey. EDIT: Now that I think of it, Chad Brown was wearing #98, which must mean Gardner switched to 47. Who's #43? DB. Didn't see #35 blue out there, so Vernell Brown could have changed numbers to make Patrick Pass the exclusive #35. Notes: -As Reiss said, the 10 guys on the PUP weren't in uniform. I saw Koppen in street clothes at the beginning of practice snapping for Brady, and I believe I saw Jackson doing the same later on. It also looked like Seymour was out there in street clothes too. -As Reiss also said, Graham, Mills, Ventrone, Brown, nor Branch were at the practice. Don't remember seeing Charles or Zuriel smith, but they're numberless anyway - and injured. -Kevin Faulk got all the work at punt returner. -Condo was the only long snapper out there with Lonie on the PUP, but unlike last year where Weaver and Steen got time snapping during practice, there were no other players snapping. No Thomas, no Mills, although I'm sure they'd be with the offense anyway. -Dave Thomas got an earful from Mangurian after he screwed up something during a receiving drill. -John Stone had to do some push-ups (or voluntarily) after dropping a ball in the square catching drill with Daboll. -Watson, Caldwell, and Thomas got most of the passes with Branch, Troy, Graham, and Jackson out. -Calwell, as Reiss noted, made a few great deep sideline catches. -First team OL: Light-Mankins-Hochstein-Neal-Gorin (Koppen and Kaczur on PUP). -Second team OL: Britt-Yates-Mruc-Tucker-O'Callaghan -Matt Shelton was constantly wiping his face with his jersey, and Dillon was always down one knee between drills. -Seely worked with the gunners on some type of drill with a 6-8' metal ring with a towel in the middle - likely to practice getting off the line on punt returns. -Santonio Thomas, Mike Wright, and L.K. Smith were the 2/3 string DL. Hill was also in the mix. Green, Wilfork, and Warren started with Seymour on the PUP. -T.B.C. - Gardner - Izzo - C. Brown were the second-team LBs. Woods - Roach - Alexander - Mincey were the third-team. -Asante stepped in front of a pass and broke it up, a nice play drawing some cheers. -Bruschi picked off Brady in a 11v11 drill. -Dillon was starting at RB, but Maroney saw more time - Faulk was #3. -Faulk fumbled in one of the 11v11 drills. -WRs ran through a drill where they'd go all out on a tackling dummy. Most of the receivers just dove straight over it. -Belichick was working with the LBs a lot. Saw him getting physical (in a good way) with Alexander during a drill. -Both Gramatica and Gostkowski looked good, but Gramatica's kicks were definitely a tad shorter and lower. -DBs signed today. Artrell Hawkins was leading some little (white) kid around with his autograph book on the field. Don't know who it was. -I personally got Warfield, Geno, and Antwain Spann. Mel Mitchell left at the horn, but Warfield stuck around. Geno was out there for awhile, along with Tebucky. Don't remember seeing Hobbs, Samuel, or too many others sign. Brady zipped through the line quicker than normal. Mel, Spann, and Warfield were courteous enough to put the cap back on your pen, or pick the cap up if it fell. -1 liter of water was $6.00. Ridiculous. A regular size soda (24 oz.) was $4.00.