Monday, May 4, 2009

Boeckman takes NFL rookie camp one blitz at a time

This article is from Saturday May 2nd. I found it on the

~Former Ohio State quarterback Boeckman takes NFL rookie camp one blitz at a time~
CINCINNATI — Todd Boeckman didn’t have time to stop and smell the roses. The Ohio State quarterback from St. Henry High School was too busy adjusting to the terminology and playbook.
“They’re putting plays in left and right and heads are spinning,” he said on the first day of Bengals rookie minicamp. “But it’s fun. There’s always going to be nerves when you first get out there. But once you get in the flow, you feel like you’re more at home.”
Boeckman is sharing snaps with Billy Farris of Colorado State. Neither threw an interception.

“It’s a great indoctrination for them,” offensive coordinator Bob Bratkowski said. “We’re throwing a lot at them. We’re moving along quickly. It’s very challenging for them, and they’re doing a good job with it.”

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