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Just now, Wentzszn said:

QB are looking good today.



It’s kind of the old “glass half full” scenario.   When the O is looking good, does that mean the D is looking bad?  And vice versa.  

The joint scrimmage is going to tell us a lot. 

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6 minutes ago, Smonroe said:

Before I forget, a couple hundred “Likes” to @Wentzszn for keeping this thread up.   I have Twitter but barely look at it.  Plus I don’t follow all the right people.  

This is my one stop shopping location.  

Thanks again Wentzszn!

I concur, thanks Chloe! :thmup:

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Just now, NorthernColt said:

IDK how to insert links, but appears Kelly is hurt. In clear pain apparently. Its supposedly an elbow.

Hopefully not too bad. Seems he is off to the side working with the trainers.

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13 minutes ago, Smonroe said:

It’s kind of the old “glass half full” scenario.   When the O is looking good, does that mean the D is looking bad?  And vice versa.  

The joint scrimmage is going to tell us a lot. 

I'd prefer the offense look good because I want Wentz to look good at this point. Just my preference though.

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Just now, Fisticuffs111 said:

Hopefully Kelly’s alright. Always seems to pick up at least one injury a year. Hope it’s not serious.

He didn’t leave the field and is off to the side so hopefully nothing serious. Good news is there is lots of time until the first game in Sept.

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