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Thursday, August 12, 2010

X Receiver, Notes

Stephen Tsai writes that the coaching staff has a tough decision to make regarding Darius Bright because of the improvement of Bright and Joe Avery, along with the recovery of Rodney Bradley.
The coaches had hoped to ease Bradley into drills in training camp. But after the first few workouts, it was apparent, offensive coordinator Nick Rolovich said, that "Rodney was back."

That leaves the Warriors with a nice dilemma involving the 6-foot-5, 230-pound Bright, who transferred from City College of San Franciso in January.

During spring drills, when Bright appeared to be a one-play receiver -- fade routes -- redshirting was a favorable option. But Bright reported to training camp in better shape -- he credited a strict running and weight-lifting program -- and a better grasp of the four-wide offense.
With his work on special teams -- he is on four units -- it is becoming increasingly difficult to put him on the shelf for a year.
And Tsai has some news and notes about Royce Pollard, Corey Nielsen, Alema Tachibana and Alasi Toilolo.


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