Mike Reiss from the from the Boston Globe talks about Asante Samuel. He mentions that Samuel did not take place in the mincamp as he stayed back in Florida so he could be present with the birth of this third child. He also mentioned that Samuel teamed up with Philadelphia Eagles Defensive end Jevon Kearse to train two days a week.
Words from Bruschi:
Brushchi believes that there are stills flaws that they still have to work out, because of the shaky play throughout training camp.
“We weren’t as clean as we wanted to be in minicamps,” Bruschi said after yesterday’s Spaulding Rehabilitation Golf Tournament at TPC Boston in Norton. “It’s understandable. We’re getting the system down again and just getting used to playing football again. I think once training camp starts, everyone will have done their physical work with the offseason program. In training camp, you have to work on becoming a good football team.”
Brushschi also had this to say
“I’ve had a great off-season,” he said. “I just feel like I’ve put in a lot of work this off-season that I wasn’t able to put in last season. I believe in the process — minicamps and off-season programs and training camps. I think participating in all that will make me a better player this year.”