The Rams started off the day with some slower cuts on the wet grass, which resulted in some dropped passes throughout the earlier individual stages of practice due to some afternoon rain. However, as the sun came back out and the squads transitioned into the team sessions of practice, the group adjusted and got back to their normal level of efficiency.
“Practice was good,” Head Coach Jeff Fisher said. “We got through a little bit of rain and then it heated up. We put pads back on. I thought we got a lot done.”
In the team’s daily routine of 1-on-1 drills between wide receivers and defensive backs in the red zone, WR
When the offensive and defensive skill positions came together for 7-on-7 the secondary performed well. The unit was physical throughout the period and CB
In 11-on-11, the physicality stayed high as the defense was solid against the run, clogging up the line and filling any running lanes that the half backs had been finding up to this point in training camp.
The biggest hit of the day went to S Matt Daniels who came hard downhill from the secondary on an outside run and put a hit on RB