Keyshawn and Steve Smith, one happy couple?
"We will have a lot of disagreements to agree," Smith said. "Both of us will be trying to argue each other's point."
"A lot of people are going to be watching how we interact. It's not really (about) how we interact. It's how many games we're going to win, because that's what really counts."
That's a situation that bares watching.
Gary Fitzgerald, of Redskins.com, reports the Washington Redskins gave free agent DT Willie Blade (Cowboys) a tryout at their weekend minicamp.
Larry Allen at the 49ers camp:
During a pass-protection drill, he tossed linebackers as if they were rag dolls. On another exercise calling for guards to pull and then hit a large pad held by a teammate, Allen came out of his stance and punched the pad held chest-high by Eric Heitmann. Allen lifted the 305-pound Heitmann clean off of his feet; Heitmann then landed and stumbled backward.
Fearing potential injuries, coach Mike Nolan went to selected players, including Allen, and told them to be careful.
But Allen appears too heavy. On a drill calling for him to bounce on his feet late in practice, Allen didn't move at all. But the 49ers seem unconcerned. Allen has a reputation for downsizing to his proper playing weight in time for the regular season.
Sounds like the same ol' LA to me. I love the guy.
Speaking of the 49ers, are they going to the 2-TE offense like the Boys?
It's a trend!
The Cowboys are going into the trick-play business. So says ESPN Insider: