Let the reports begin. I know that today will be "how to tie your cleats' day, but soon enough we'll start hearing
something that'll get us cranked up.
I forget what the media will attend and what is private, but "sources say" is better than nothing.
Here is a random sample of some imaginary stuff I hope to be reading soon:
Kayshon Boutte looks like a man on a mission and is not only proving very difficult to cover but is hauling
in everything aimed in his direction. His catch radius seems enormous for a player of his size.
It's becoming clearer, with each practice, that Christian Gonzalez will be starting opening day because he
is simply too good to keep on the bench. It is not a guarantee of rookie success, but, to this point in training
camp, Gonzalez has consistently been playing at a level somewhere between extremely impressive and dazzling.
He could have taken a different approach, but sources say that David Andrews has treated Jake Andrews not as a potential
rival, but more like a long-lost Brother. The two have been virtually inseparable.
Mac Jones finished his day by completing 19 straight passes while betraying none of the indecision that frequently characterized
his Summer of 2022. Make no mistake about it -- the all-around Offensive execution, to this juncture, has been crisp, efficient and entirely
professional leading to a growing confidence around Gillette that the woes that plagued this unit under Matt Patricia
are nothing more than a rapidly fading and unpleasant memory.