Oakland Raiders 2010 Training Camp: Bubble Players Getting a Look

August 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

How bad do you want to make the team?
A lot of different things go on at an NFL training camp. Newly acquired veterans try to learn a new system, retuning players knock the rust off, and rookies try to prove their mettle. All of this happens under the watchful eyes of the media and fans alike.
With several players still recovering from injuries sustained last season, many borderline players have been given a long look in camp this year.
With Chaz Schilens nursing a foot injury and Louis Murphy dealing with a concussion issue, Paul Hubbard and Shaun Bodiford have been getting more reps than usual. This is a great opportunity for these two.
So far, they haven't taken advantage.
Dropped passes, missed assignments, and bad reads seem to be commonplace for these young men trying to make the team.
To quote Jerry McDonald in his daily Twitter updates from Raiders camp: "Boller finds Bodiford open 50 yds downfield at goal line on post vs. Mitchell. He can't hold...

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