Published: Jul 28, 2022 at 01: 31 PM
The 2022 regular season is merely nearby, and NFL Network has you covered with wall-to-wall training camp coverage every day starting at 10 a.m. ET. Follow along here for among the best sights, sounds and moments from “Inside Training Camp Live” and round the NFL.
- How will opposing cornerbacks react when Dolphins speedsters Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle fall into line together on a single side? Hill, the Dolphins’ prized acquisition out of this offseason, now comes with an idea with the duo manifesting itself on the practice field. “They’re scared s—less,” Hill said Thursday, via NFL Network’s Cameron Wolfe. “He’s faster than I thought. When I first got here, I was like OK, he’s a 4.3. Typically once you see 4.3 guys they don’t really run as fast on a football field. But J-Dub he actually runs a 4.3 on the football field — there is a difference. I’m very excited for the growing season. I cannot wait to see him blossom and continue steadily to move his game forward, that i know he’ll.” Hill and Waddle each garnered 100-plus receptions and 1,000-plus yards last season, and the thought of guarding what’s realistically the fastest duo in the league is really a scary thought. Now you have to think about an inspired name for a thrilling duo comprised of a Cheetah and a Penguin.
- Hoping to prompt the blight of opposing defenses, the voice in Tua Tagovailoa ‘s ear will undoubtedly be that of Mike McDaniel as he commands the revamped Dolphins offense in 2022. Wolfe reported Thursday that Miami’s rookie head coach will undoubtedly be calling the offensive plays this year, and streamlining that process has recently begun at training camp with McDaniel calling plays from the walkie-talkie into Tagovailoa’s helmet. It’ll be the 1st time calling plays in the NFL for McDaniel, who’s spent over 10 seasons in the league as Kyle Shanahan’s trusted assistant. However, the development isn’t all that surprising taking into consideration the former Niners coordinator was hired for his offensive expertise. With a high-powered offense featuring Hill, Waddle, Ced Wilson, Mike Gesicki, Chase Edmonds and Raheem Mostert, Tagovailoa is on the verge of potential breakout season and the voice in his head is poised to greatly help.
- Signifying how well Waddle does as he approaches Year 2 may be the orange jersey he wore during Thursday’s practice. Orange jerseys are reserved for all those Dolphins players who had the very best practice, per Wolfe. Waddle also gets the honor of choosing the day’s playlist also it contains Z-Ro, NoCap, EST Gee, Chief Keef, Gunna, Lil’ Baby, Kodak Black and Lil’ Wayne. Said Waddle: “I’ve had the very best playlist up to now. Had to begin with Houston (Mo City Don). You understand.”
- The quarterback competition in Carolina is warming up. After Sam Darnold took the first-team reps yesterday, it had been Baker Mayfield‘s start Thursday and he quickly found a groove with wideout D.J. Moore. Reporting from Panthers camp on Inside Training Camp Live, NFL Network’s Bridget Condon described their connection as “pretty” and both installed for three touchdowns during practice, that was the Panthers’ first-hand look at their newly acquired QB. Obtaining a rapport choosing Moore is fantastic for Mayfield (and the Panthers). The fifth-year receiver has led the team in receiving yards in each one of the past three seasons and is coming off a career-high 93 receptions in 2021.
- The Patriots defense gets into midseason form even without coach Bill Belichick on the sideline, in accordance with Malcolm Butler. The veteran cornerback called the squad a “championship defense” on Thursday, noting Belichick was dealing with the offense. NFL Network’s Mike Giardi reported that the Patriots D kept the offense from the end zone on 10 straight plays until these were forced to accomplish push-ups on play 11.
- The Bengals’ trio of wide receivers is really as talented because they can be found in the NFL, but who has offered them the largest challenge in coverage? On Inside Training Camp Live with NFL Network’s DeAngelo Hall, the veteran of group, Tyler Boyd, chose Ravens CB Marlon Humphrey while both Tee Higgins and Ja’Marr Chase pegged Browns CB Denzel Ward as their toughest test.
- Colts defensive coordinator Gus Bradley’s arrival in Indy has veteran cornerback Stephon Gilmore champing at the bit. Reporting from Colts camp on Inside Training Camp Live, NFL Network’s Stacey Dales said Gilmore is “so excited” to play in Bradley’s scheme due to its simplicity, that may permit the All-Pro cover man to stay press coverage much more. Dales also had a short update with regards to the position battle for the Colts’ left tackle spot, reporting that “it looks to be Matt Pryor at this time” early in camp. After parting ways with Eric Fisher this offseason, the Colts drafted Bernhard Raimann in the 3rd round and re-signed Pryor following his first year with the club as a backup.
- Below can be your first look at a Hall of Fame connection between Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady and wide receiver Julio Jones. Bucs offensive tackle Tristan Wirfs put it best, saying, “It’s like playing a gaming.” In the end, that was the only method a Brady-Jones connection could’ve happened until this season. Used to Jones wearing lots in the 80s may be the next thing to obtain used to.
- LA Rams players couldn’t resist when offered a ball and hoop outside the locker room. L.A. went 10 of 14 from the field until kicker Matt Gay broke the mini hoop with a slam dunk. As the team is tempting LeBron James for a reply, the Lakers superstar would likely one-up offering having an appearance on the practice field.
- The Tennessee Titans hosted “THE TYPE Boy” Ric Flair for a trip before his final match set for July 31 in Nashville. The team presented the 73-year-old wrestling legend with a No. 16 Titans jersey, aptly recognizing the 16 times he won the heavyweight world championship.
- The wholesome content part of today’s training camp buzz is brought you by Panthers wide receiver D.J. Moore and his daughter Ari.
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