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“We’re living it,” he said. “We go through training camp all day. The last thing you want to do is watch training camp on TV.”
One of the more entertaining scenes included Ryan going up against general manager Mike Tannenbaum in a punt-pass-kick competition. Tannenbaum went head-over-heels while unsuccessfully trying to field a punt.
“There’s some people who probably watched it over and over,” a smiling Ryan said _ likely referring to Revis’ agents.
“I don’t know if people get used to seeing coaches and the GM having fun,” linebacker Bart Scott said. “You’re not used to seeing fun. So, we like to have fun. I think (people) get a greater appreciation of how we go about our business.”
NOTES: C Nick Mangold sat out practice after he was smacked in the temple by Pouha on Wednesday. Ryan said it’s not a concussion, and the team is just being cautious. … CB Drew Coleman was wide right on a field-goal attempt of 40-plus yards that would have given the team a movie night instead of meetings. Ryan said the players would still get their movie night, but wouldn’t tell them until they gather for the meeting.
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