Minicamp started yesterday, and Jim Wyatt has three quick observations from the day. The "handcuffs" were taken off of Corey Davis. Wyatt reports that Davis made a number of impressive plays, and Mularkey stated Davis had the most reps he's had since being on the team, and he was productive in a variety of routes. Brian Orakpo is happy for fellow Longhorn Kevin Durant. He said the two had seen each other in the past, and said that he is a good and humble guy. Injury updates: Murray watched practice, Cyprien suffered a "slight ankle sprain," Dodd and Klug aren't participating, and Sharpe is now in a walking boot.
Quick Hit: Roster moves.
Frisman Jackson, the new receivers coach, is preaching toughness. To quote Wyatt: "He wants his pupils to play with swagger, while delivering daggers." Sounds like we need to bring back Justin #KnifeHands Hunter. Jackson told his players that they are going to be the toughest group on the field, and the most physical group as well. Jackson says that it is their ball when it's in the air, and nobody else's. He said it's all about building that trust with Mariota, and continuing to build that trust with the other quarterbacks as well.
That's all for today. Happy reading!