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in Deutsch in Medien und Literatur 22.08.2018 03:57
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Brian Daboll has far too much on his plate to have time to reflect on how the Buffalo Bills new offensive coordinator's career has brought him home.

There's a new series of plays to install Cheap Derrick Nnadi Jersey , players to evaluate and, most important, a new young hope at quarterback in first-round draft pick Josh Allen to groom.

So forget asking Daboll what it's like to be working with the team he grew up in suburban Buffalo rooting for, or being on a staff headed by Sean McDermott, the former safety whom Daboll coached at William and Mary in 1997.

"Just day by day," he said in addressing reporters at the Bills facility for the first time since being hired in January.

"You're really grinding on that particular day and trying to get focused, whether it's later on with the players or the next day, so you just kind of stay in the flow."

And on Thursday, Daboll's past was nowhere near the forefront of his attention.

"No. I've got my two-minute in my mind right now," he said, referring to having his offense run the two-minute drill in practice for the first time this spring.

The 43-year-old is entering his 18th NFL season and 22nd overall, including college.

It's a career in which Daboll has won five Super Bowl titles as an assistant during two separate stints with the New England Patriots. And he's coming off a season in which he oversaw a run-heavy Crimson Tide offense that helped Alabama win the national title.

The championship experience was re-affirming for Daboll in proving he can adapt the offense to a team's strengths while also gaining a better appreciation of dealing with younger players.

"The college game is a little different than the National Football League so I learned a lot there," he said. "You can't put as much on them."

It's a lesson that will certainly carry over to Buffalo http://www.steelersauthorizedshops.com/authentic-james-washington-jersey , where Daboll takes over an offense essentially rebuilding from scratch, with the exception of veteran star running back LeSean McCoy.

Buffalo's undergoing yet another switch at quarterback after third-year starter Tyrod Taylor was traded to Cleveland in March.

There's a three-way competition for the starting job led by Allen, the raw strong-armed rookie out of Wyoming who was selected with the seventh pick in the draft. It's rounded out by AJ McCarron, who spent his first four NFL seasons as Andy Dalton's backup in Cincinnati, and second-year player Nathan Peterman.

The offensive line is in transition after losing three starters. And the receiver position lacks established depth behind Kelvin Benjamin.

Benjamin said Daboll is putting the onus on the offensive veterans such as himself, McCoy and tight end Charles Clay to lead by example.

"He holds you accountable," Benjamin said. "I think they're giving the young guys a little bit more leeway. But us three, I think we really have to focus on it a little bit more and just knowing our position and even knowing other people's positions."

Daboll said it's premature to project who will fill out the starting jobs, and that particularly includes quarterback.

"All we're trying to take is one step at a time," he said. "It's so early in the process right now. I think that'll sort itself out as time goes on."

McCarron and Peterman are splitting time with the starters, while Allen, for now, is working with the third stringers.

Allen's inconsistencies were apparent during the two-minute drill.

He telegraphed his third pass Youth Kerryon Johnson Jersey , which was intercepted by cornerback Breon Borders. During his second chance, Allen completed five of seven attempts, including one dropped pass, and capped the drive by hitting Cam Phillips in the right corner of the end zone.

Daboll is Buffalo's fifth coordinator in five years. He replaced Rick Dennison who was fired after one season in which the Bills finished 29th in yards 鈥?mostly because of a popgun passing attack 鈥?and 22nd in points.

Daboll was actually born in Welland, Ontario, just across the river from Buffalo. But he quickly relocated to West Seneca, New York, where he was brought up by his maternal grandparents and developed a passion for football and the Bills.

"I know it's different being at home, being raised here. There's a lot of people, and I'm one of them, that love this team," Daboll said. "I'm just excited to be here."

NOTES: TE Logan Thomas will miss the final two weeks of spring practices after having surgery to repair a minor knee injury. ... The Bills have four voluntary practices next week, and then hold a three-day mandatory minicamp from June 12-14.

Panthers coach Ron Rivera may have figured out the only way to avoid injuries to key players in training camp.

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The Panthers are less than a week into training camp but have already lost two key players to potential season-ending injuries.

Right tackle Daryl Williams, a second-team All-Pro last season, dislocated his patella and tore his medial collateral ligament during blocking drills on Saturday. Two days later, cornerback Ross Cockrell broke two bones in his leg while trying to break up a pass in the end zone during 11-on-11 team drills.

The Panthers aren't the only team hurting.

The Green Bay Packers have lost inside linebacker Jake Ryan and safety Kentrell Brice to severe leg injuries, while Los Angeles Chargers cornerback Jason Verrett also went down. Other teams have lost important players to injuries, too.

It's nothing new, of course.

Injuries happen every year in training camp, a reminder of the fine line coaches must walk between preparing their team for the physicality of the regular season and avoiding injuries to key players that can derail a season.

"If you look at what happened (with our injuries) the truth of the matter is there is nothing you can do about it," Rivera said. "That was a freak injury for Ross where the receiver was falling to the ground and he happened to step into it and got rolled up. Daryl was kick-sliding and turned his ankle and came down on it."

Rivera said injuries are the "unfortunate nature of this game."

Still, as a coach he is always looking for ways to prevent them, constantly telling players to "be smart" on the field.

He did that prior to Wednesday morning's practice on a slick field at Wofford College following overnight rain.

"I told the defensive backs and the linebackers, 'Hey, let's be smart about the receivers crossing because we don't want to catch anybody in a bad spot Youth Jacksonville Jaguars Jerseys ," Rivera said.

Some injuries can be prevented.

That's why Rivera and his assistants were unhappy with rookie safety Rashaan Gaulden earlier this week he knocked wide receiver Jarius Wright to the ground in the back of the end zone with a vicious blow to the upper body 鈥?one that might have collected a fine from the league had it happened in a game situation. Wright remained on the ground for almost a minute before getting up.

He returned to practice a short while later.

Panthers wide receiver Devin Funchess immediately yelled at Gaulden after the play, saying "that's what we talked about 鈥?you have to know better."

Coaches later called Gaulden aside to reprimand him.

"Hey, that's going to be very suspect because it falls right into the ram, butt and spear idea of using the helmet," Rivera said. "So we've got to make sure these young people understand it."

Overall, Panthers left Matt Kalil said that "sometimes you just can't control" injuries.

"You want to play aggressive out here and you want to go full speed and get a game-time simulation," Kalil said. "We want to be smart. I think what we can do as veterans, and as players, is we have a guy who is about to fall we want to keep him up and keep him off the ground. But it's hard because there are a lot of guys flying around out here."

Panthers cornerback James Bradberry said there is a contact on every play.

"It's very tough because one of the key components of making a Super Bowl run is having everybody healthy. And when you have prominent guys go down, it's tough," Bradberry said. "You've just got to have that next-man-up mentality. And that's what we have here."

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