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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Warriors in the Pros: Colt, Pisa

The Silver & Black Report has audio of Colt Brennan speaking to reporters.

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Ibabuzz.com has some of those quotes along with a nice assessment of Colt.
Granted it’s easy to get carried away with seeing a few pinpoint passes after the way the passing game has gone on the Redwood Middle School field the past few years, and Colt Brennan’s chances of making the Raiders probably aren’t good.

But the guy has a knack for completions, having made virtually every throw imaginable in college at Hawaii.

Any thoughts that Brennan couldn’t throw a deep ball were dispelled by a sideline streak to Todd Watkins that was as pretty as any pass by any quarterback all training camp.

The ball traveled 40 to 50 yards in the air, and hit Watkins in stride with Stanford Routt helpless to do anything about it.

“He does a pretty good job of being able to put it on receivers and lead ‘em, and put it up over the top,’’ Cable said. “He has a knack for some of those things.’’
Brad Biggs of The Chicago Tribune profiles Pisa Tinoisamoa.
There wasn't a lot to Pisa Tinoisamoa's season last year with the Bears, but he came up with one hit that still raises the hair on the back of Brian Urlacher's neck.

"I saw him hit (Atlanta running back Michael) Turner, 'Sunday Night Football,' when I was watching from home," Urlacher said. "Pisa made him fumble. That was a big hit. He plays hard."