Jamell Fleming makes a play in the Red River Rivalry
“Samaje Perine’s an incredibly physical, powerful young guy at running back,” Stoops said. “He’s had a great summer in the way he’s trained. (I’m) impressed all the older guys are talking about him and how competitive and how physical he is and he’s got excellent speed with it.”
Gundy was asked about Mixon, pivoted to Perine, then asked about Mixon again.
Once again, the talked turned to Perine.
“Everybody talks about Joe, but Samaje, the first day that he tested, he lifted 275 20 times,” Gundy said. “He steps in initially as one of the strongest players we have on our team as an 18-year-old young man, who also broad jumped over 10 feet and vertical’d over 35 inches. His cone drill was exceptional. His 40-yard dash was exceptional.”
Kenny Stills had to leave New Orleans Saints training camp practice on Friday with a right quadriceps injury.
Stills pulled up lame on a pass route when the quad flared up on a play. Saints coach Sean Payton said Stills had similar tightness two weeks ago.
The three return men in the punt return action were Julian Edelman, Danny Amendola and Roy Finch, with the rookie bobbling one of his chances.
Finch goes down pretty easy. After a catch from Garoppolo down the left sideline he took a pop from McCuller that sent the 5-7 rookie to the turf.
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