Smaller window for position battles
Because new CBA calls for fewer practices, coaches' jobs even more challenging
Timing is everything, and the current CBA will alter the ways teams handle position battles.
Under the new training-camp-lite CBA, coaches don't have the luxury of two-a-day practices. They have to give players a day off after five consecutive days of practice. That doesn't leave a lot of time to handle major battles at certain positions.
The most interesting battle to watch is the three-way quarterback fight in Seattle. Tarvaris Jackson, Matt ...
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