PULLMAN -- Thursday's voluntary workout out on the Palouse felt a bit like September. Sure, there…
Cougs air it out in voluntary workout
The linebackers and running backs started the session on the sidelines, while the quarterbacks led by Rogers warmed up by passing to the tight ends, running backs and wide receivers. The emphasis of the early quarterback drills looked to be on the drops, and on a quick, sure delivery. Junior tight end Tony Thompson showed off his hands by reeling in the first of two one handed grabs during the practice, this one from Lobbestael. Both he and fellow tight end Devin Frischknecht looked sharp throughout. The defensive backs worked on their backpedal early, and were led by safety Myron Beck. Beck practiced despite some soreness, and with his little brother watching from the sidelines. Corner Alfonso Jackson ran with the defensive backs early but did not participate in the 1-on-1's or the skellys. D-linemen Matt Mullennix, Jesse Feagin, Kevin Kooyman and Bryce Buslach were in attendance despite the fact skelly is a 7-on-7 drill that requires no linemen on either side of the ball. The...
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