Jets OC: Sam Darnold Jersey handled everything we’ve thrown at him

Jets rookie quarterback Sam Darnold got a nice review of his work from one of the team’s older players at the position on Tuesday and it was offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates’ chance to talk about the third overall pick’s progress.
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The word was once again positive. Bates said that Watching Darnold execute football on the practice field is pretty exciting and that the rookie has been able to handle everything the team has thrown his way since the draft in April. He also made it clear that they’ve been throwing everything http://49ersauthenticofficialstore.com/corey-lemonier-jersey_c-392.html they can in his direction.

Are Corey Lemonier Jersey we giving him bits and pieces of the offense or are we throwing everything at him? We’re throwing everything at him, Bates said, via Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. If he can handle it, if he can prove that he’s the starter, then that will take place when the time http://www.carolinahurricanesofficialonline.com/Adidas-Jake-Bean-Jersey comes.

But whenever Lauletta has a question, fellow backup quarterback Davis Webb is his go-to guy.

Me and Davis are good friends, we’re the same age, he did four years in college and I did five, Lauletta said. He’s kind of experienced a lot of what I have and [he’s a] similar-round draft pick Jake Bean Youth Jersey and just a similar situation.

But the Yankees had protested the network’s decision, as the team already has a make-up double-header scheduled in Baltimore the next day, and did not want to play three games in two cities within 24 hours. The team had threatened to boycott ESPN, for example, by withholding interviews with players, for the rest of the season unless ESPN relented.

The Yankees will instead play a 1 p.m. game in Toronto that day as originally scheduled. ESPN selected the Dodgers and Angels to fill the 8 p.m. broadcast slot.

Yankees manager Aaron Boone, a former ESPN analyst, complained Sunday about the scheduling, saying it is not good for the product on the field or the safety of our guys, having to go from night game, flight and right into a doubleheader. When told by reporters the game was already locked in, Boone responded, Unlock it.

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