Let the Zorn era begin
Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley
What a nut that Tony Dungy is with an onside kick on the first play of the Hall of Fame game.
- Colts quarterback Jim Sorgi has been given the hook after one series. Sorgi was 7-of-10 for 66 yards before turning things over to former Jaguars quarterback Quinn Gray.
- Redskins have to be pleased with what they saw from seventh-round defensive end Rob Jackson, who sacked Sorgi in the first quarter. I watched Jackson in person at least twice when he was at Kansas State, and he's one of those high-motor guys that could give the Redskins some much-needed depth behind Jason Taylor and Andre Carter.
- By the way, Taylor has turned his new jersey into a muscle shirt. Sort of an odd look. When the Hall of Fame class was introduced before the game, Taylor set up shop just a couple of feet behind them.
- I like the way Jason Campbell looks so far. He looked like Peyton Manning on that playfake where he ended up hitting Santana Moss downfield. Too bad Malcolm Kelly and Devin Thomas are both sitting this one out. Those are the guys I really want to see. I know what Moss and Antwaan Randle El are at this point: speedy guys who don't get it done in the red zone.
Jim Zorn has been working with Campbell on taking bigger strides and then getting lower in the pocket. So far he looks a lot less stiff than I've seen in the past.
I love seeing guys like Art Monk and Darrell Green talk about what the Hall of Fame means to them. Remind me to tell you a great Green story that Michael Irvin told me last week.