BTW: Chris Jones and Glen both returned to practice yesterday. Jones was pretty explosive hitting the holes and Glen didn't show any signs of discomfort in his nonthrowing shoulder.
Hollingsworth's ankle is still pretty swolen and he wasn't able to run on it. I doubt he will be able to play in the Norfolk game. But I think Glen and Jones will both be the top backups at their respective positions this week.
Last Edit: Sept 29, 2004 14:41:01 GMT -5 by Bornthrilla
Post by Bornthrilla on Sept 29, 2004 17:16:05 GMT -5
Jones aggravated his knee again today, during the position drill segment of practice. He leaped over a "hurdle pad" on the ground and came down wrong. Hollingsworth was also out there today in pads but he was not practing in the 11 on 11 scrimages. I talked to him as he was leaving and he said he might have a fractured broke fragment in his ankle. Doesn't should good. Glenn looked pretty steady at quarterback but Moye got 70 percent of the snaps. Moye looked God awful in the redzone drills. Almost threw about three picks
Right now this is looking like our depth chart at running back for NSU: