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Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy said the performance of players in the preseason will play a key role in deciding who wins the starting quarterback competition.
Negi said he would carefully observe the performance of Nick Foles and Mitchell Trubisky in the preseason with the starting offensive team, and then decide who is in the new Started as the starter of the season.
"Preseason, preparation opportunities, the more playing time, the more preparation opportunities will be created," Negi said. "Let two quarterbacks cooperate with the same wide receiver and near end, and face the same defensive group-this will be important. My confirmation will be a natural decision. I am very confident about this. We have formulated Very good plan. They understand this."
Negi said earlier that he regretted letting the starters truce in the preseason last season. This year, the preseason may decide whether it is Falls or Trubisky as the Bears starting quarterback.
The outbreak prevented players who did not need to recover from injury from training on the team's base. Both off-season team training and mandatory mini training camps were replaced by online meetings and training organized by players themselves.
For teammates who have worked together for a long time, the lost time may not have much impact. But for players who have recently joined the team, the inability to participate in team training makes it difficult for them to establish a tacit understanding with their new teammates.
But for the Atlanta Falcons new running back Todd Gurley (Todd Gurley) is clearly not the case.
Quarterback Matt Ryan told ESPN this week that he and Guley have recently trained with other Falcon veterans and newcomers in Southern California. The two are already very familiar with each other.
"I trained with Todd and he is great," Lane said. "A really good player. He works hard. He is super smart. What I told him one day, he finished the next day. I am really impressed with his ability to keep information in mind. You don’t have to tell him two Times. He remembered it all."
Guerley, who was cut by the Los Angeles Rams during the offseason this year, signed with the Falcons for a year in March. He and Lane and others trained in California. It was also the first time any Falcon member saw the latter. After all, Guerley has not yet received a medical examination from the team.
Guerley has been suffering from knee injuries since the end of the 2018 season, and he will continue to face doubts about his health during the offseason.
Ryan believes that Guerley will soon cooperate with his teammates on the training ground. "I think he will be very suitable for us," he said. "I'm glad we signed him."
When the team coach can return to the team's base, the player still cannot return unless the injury is recovered. This means that in the near future, Ryan and Guerley can still only train on their own, while Falcon players who have not participated in training can only believe their descriptions.
Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew said that even without mini-camp and off-season team training this offseason, he can still make progress because he has done it before.
Ming Xiu began his college career at Troy University, then transferred to Northwest Mississippi Community College, then transferred to East Carolina University, and finally transferred to Washington State University. After experiencing such a tossing life, Ming Xiu said he believed he could learn quickly. When the Jaguar adopted a new offensive tactic this year, he did so.
"When I was at Washington State University, almost the same thing happened because I didn't participate in spring training, so I had to do a lot of things by myself, but we were lucky," Ming Xiu said. "We work with (quarter coach) (Ben -) McAdoo (Ben McAdoo), (new attacking coordinator) (Jay -) Jay Gruden and others in the quarterback conference room When people meet, we all help each other and do our best to work as a team. I think you still have to take the initiative."
Trading quarterback Nick Falls and not signing a new quarterback with starting strength means the Jaguars cast a vote of confidence in Ming Xiu. The amendments made an effort to prove that the Jaguars made the right decision.
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