There is a notebook
coming HERE focused on Josh Rosen and Takkarist McKinley. McKinley was named the MVP of spring camp by Jim Mora (you know, if there was such an award).
Here are video interviews with Mora, Rosen, Tom Bradley, Eldridge Massington, Jayon Brown and Conor McDermott
Here are notes/observations for the day:
— We finally got to be a good enough position to see one-on-ones today and it seemed like there was a case of the drops going around early on. Austin Roberts, who was one of Mora’s standouts of spring camp, had an early drop, as did Alex Rossool.
— Kenny Walker, a receiver who has historically struggled with drops, showed strong hands and good concentration as he made a number of good catches. Walker caught a highlight reel pass from Rosen on the first play of seven-on-sevens, making a great adjustment to the ball, and catching it near the sideline. It helps that it was a sensationally thrown ball. During the team periods, Rosen threw another great ball to Walker after the quarterback rolled to his right, threw it back across his body to Walker, who ran a great comeback route for the ball.
— Rosen threw three interceptions, two to Charles Dawson and one to Mique Juarez. Two came during the team periods and one was during seven-on-sevens. After Dawson picked him off during seven-on-seven, Rosen stood in the middle of the field and raised two fingers to the side of his helmet like a gun and mimed pulling the trigger a few times as Dawson ran back the pick. Continue reading