Interview with Correa and Sperbeck
Drew would probably know what Correa is sayin', too. One thing I like from the Sperbeck interview that was a concern of mine when Sanford left:
Sperbeck on new offensive coordinator Eliah Drinkwitz: “You don’t really notice a difference. He’s done a great job and is picking it up really well. It’s all been smooth.”
I'm just going to assume Sanford was just really good at implementing Harsin's playbook. I really see Harsin's fingerprints on the play-calling, so I think we should pick up where we left off.
Under-The-Bleacher Examines Ajayi
File this one under new pronunciations: AH, JAH-yee. You'd think a guy named Matt Miller would know how to pronounce his name after spending so much time playing with him. Sheesh, Matt!
There's a draft ticker on nfl.com, which you can view from this page.
Here's an interesting fact I found in the comments of this article:
I am quoting author Bill Bryson here: “Neutrons and protons occupy the atom’s nucleus. The nucleus of an atom is tiny -- only one-millionth of a billionth of the full volume of the atom -- but fantastically dense, since it contains virtually all the atom’s mass. As Cropper has put it, if an atom were expanded to the size of a cathedral, the nucleus would be only about the size of a fly -- but a fly many times heavier than the cathedral”.