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Reich said he expects Rock, Trey, and Day back at practice this week, which is a bit of good news to offset Pittman's unexpected surgery.

 

Reich said there's a chance Pittman will miss time, so it doesn't sound too terrible?

 

He also said Parris will be having surgery soon, but hasn't been ruled out for the season.

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Having Burton back should offset the Pittman injury. Rivers had good chemistry with him in camp. Hopefully we make the playoffs and get Campbell back in Dec or for the playoffs. He will work hard to get back. We have lots of weapons still. Covid rules have helped keep this a deep pass catching group. 

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On 9/28/2020 at 5:05 PM, EastStreet said:

Trey is basically a bully slot anyway, so helps with missing Campbell. 

i would love to see two tight end sets with trey playing a dallas clark type roll while mo plays the typical tight end role .  then put hitlon and pascal as the wrs out wide .

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37 minutes ago, coming on strong said:

i would love to see two tight end sets with trey playing a dallas clark type roll while mo plays the typical tight end role .  then put hitlon and pascal as the wrs out wide .

I'd send a faster WR than Pascal. Have Doyle and Mo out wild crashing in, Burton streaking across intermediate, and TY on one side plus one of Foutain/Dulin/Hines on the other both blowing the top off. 

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Thursday injury report shows Rock and Hines back to Full Practice. Great news!

 

TJ Carrie, however, was limited in practice with a hammy issue. I hope it's minor.

 

Day and Trey were both at practice, but neither shows up on the injury report because they aren't yet on the active roster (the team has 21 days to re-activate them or put them on season ending IR).

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TJ Carrie has now been ruled out for Sunday.

 

No word yet on whether Trey or Day will be activated. Trey was not in practice today. Day practiced.

 

FR says Rock is "good to go"

 

 

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