“It was good to see Mark get out there today,” said Boller, who opened up his home to the rookie in an attempt to create some instant chemistry. “He looks quick. Get that ball in his hands. My job is to get [the receivers] the ball. If it’s short, long, whatever it is, just get it in their hands and let them go make plays.”
He did that and more Monday, as Boller had another sharp practice. The passing game received a boost by the return of Clayton and Clarence Moore, who missed part of last week with a sprained neck."
For those who throw a fit at news of Boller's "inconsistency" and "rustiness" last Monday, a week later he is "sharp." So, please, take this as much to heart as you did the info last week, and let the complaining stop for a little while, at least until the first couple of days of July camp.
well at least he is looking a little better. hopefully the improvements keep coming