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Episode one, which premiered Tuesday night, dove into Dan Campbell’s profession journey and what he brings to the table. His playing career, which featured stints with the Giants, Cowboys, Lions and Dolphins. How he got into coaching, which involved a call to Bill Parcells that landed him a job in Miami. Speaking of Miami, the show discussed Campbell’s time as interim head coach — the precursor for what was to come — and his time with Sean Payton in New Orleans. That was his final stop before reaching the pinnacle of his new line of work: a full-time NFL head coaching gig.
So, then, what did the world see from Campbell in episode one? It saw him line up with his players and record 40 up-downs near the start of camp — with a bad wrist, no less. It saw his players and assistants discussing how he wants everyone in the building to be their true, authentic selves. It’s one of the reasons he appears to have the respect of his locker room.
NFL+ marks the next evolution of the NFL’s direct-to-consumer offering, building upon what the league developed with NFL Game Pass. With the growth of OTT, NFL+ is the NFL’s commitment to bringing fans the content they want and delivering a marquee direct-to-consumer experience.
NFL+ is available in the NFL App across all app stores for $4.99/month or $39.99/year. Fans can upgrade to NFL+ Premium for $9.99/month or $79.99/year, which offers all of the features of NFL+ as well as full and condensed game replays and the All-22 Coaches Film.Cornerback Ja’Sir Taylor, whom the Chargers drafted in the sixth round in April, has been making a fierce push for a 53-man roster spot this summer. Meanwhile, second-year wide receiver Josh Palmer is trying to model his game after Keenan Allen so much that, “He’s probably tired of me by now.
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Lance had more time to throw than usual and was more decisive than he’d been recently. The result: a 14-of-19 performance in team situations with no interceptions.
One of his more impressive passes came during a move-the-ball period when he rolled out of the pocket to his right, looked like he might take off with his feet, but instead directed traffic and eventually connected with his favorite target, Brandon Aiyuk, for 20 yards.
It was a complete turnaround from Lance’s 4-of-12 performance Sunday, which Kyle Shanahan characterized as “rough.” The low point in that session: An end-of-practice throw in which Lance forced a pass into thick coverage and was easily intercepted by Fred Warner.
Nate Hobbs jumped a Jarrett Stidham pass intended for Davante Adams, picked it off and danced his way into the end zone during an 11-on-11 drill to cap off what was the highlight of Raiders practice Tuesday. The play was indicative of the fact that, although the secondary is shorthanded — potential starters Trayvon Mullen Jr. (physically unable to perform list), Rock Ya-Sin and Anthony Averett are all out due to injury — it’s remained competitive during training camp.
Hobbs has led the way. The second-year player started last season at slot cornerback, but he was an outside corner in high school and college and has returned to his natural position in wake of the absences on the outside. He played well while lining up outside in the Hall of Fame Game against the Jaguars last week and has continued that trend at practice this week while Darius Phillips has assumed his duties at nickelback.