No. Berry sucks. Well, with how garbage the Jests CBs are, I guess it could have happened.
Example #50000 to shorten training camp.
1) The offseason programs have gone from a 14 week period to a 9 week period.
2) The number of OTA days has gone from 14 to 10.3) The dreaded "two-a-days" (two full-contact practices) in training camp have been completely eliminated.
4) Training camp practices are now limited to no more than 3 hours. If there is a second practice that day, it has to be a walk-thru practice lasting no more than 1 hour.
5) Also new in training camp is the rule stipulating that teams give their players one complete day off per week with no practices or meetings.
6) Teams cannot have a padded practice until at least the 4th day of training camp.
7) During the regular season the team may hold no more than 14 full-pad practices with no more than 11 such practices in the first 11 weeks and the remaining 3 padded-practices spread out over the final 6 weeks.
The players are overjoyed by these changes for good reason.
What happened to Commings was virtually a non-contact injury. In the Cowboys training camp they've already suffered two non-contact injuries involving a bone bruise to the knee and a ruptured achilles tendon.
Despite now enjoying the safest practice standards in decades, injuries will never be eradicated from NFL practices.
Edited by San Jose Bills Fan, 27 July 2013 - 07:00 PM.