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29 июня 2016 г. 12:17

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INDIANAPOLIS -- Andrew Luck already has a blueprint for his month away from the Colts. http://www.footballbengalsnflstore.com/Youth-Dre-Kirkpatrick-Elite-Jersey/ . Indys new quarterback plans to keep his head in the playbook, review film of this weekends rookie minicamp and work out with as many of his new teammates -- whenever and wherever -- as he can. League rules prohibit rookies from attending any off-season workouts at the team complex, other than the rookie minicamp, until they have completed the college semesters classes. That means Luck is barred from working out at Indys facilities until after he finishes his final class June 7. "It is tough. I think it is very tough," Luck said Sunday after this weekends fifth and final workout. "We are going to have to find ways, legally, or to work around the rules, to get work in with the guys and start building those relationships with the veterans who cant be here at this minicamp. As a rookie quarterback, I wish it would be easier to get out here and to do this stuff, but it is the way it is. Everybody has got to do it." Luckily, the Colts and their new quarterback have come up with some creative ways to make this work. NFL rules do not prevent rookies from working with teammates outside the team complex, nor do they prohibit communications with team officials. So the Colts and Luck intend to take advantage of both loopholes. Moments after taking Luck with the first overall pick April 26, general manager Ryan Grigson noted Indianapolis might use iPads and teleconferencing to help Lucks progression. The Colts also made some shrewd moves to assist with Lucks workouts over the next four weeks. They took Lucks college teammate and close friend, tight end Coby Fleener, with the 34th overall pick. Then they signed another Stanford alum, receiver Griff Whalen, and former Cal receiver Jeremy Ross, as undrafted free agents. Veteran receiver Austin Collie also happens to live on the outskirts of Sacramento, Calif., a roughly 2 1/2-hour drive from Stanfords campus. It gives Luck a chance to work with two projected starters and most certainly give him a better grasp of the offence when he returns to Indy on June 8. What else can the Colts do? Perennial Pro Bowl receiver Reggie Wayne has already contacted Luck about getting together, too. Wayne traditionally works out in Miami, where he attended college, and it just happens that Indys third-round pick, receiver T.Y. Hilton, is from Miami and played at nearby Florida International. The tentative plan is for Luck to travel to Miami. Team owner Jim Irsay has even offered to make his personal helicopter and private plane available to his players. "Ive got to figure out dates and talk to the other guys first, but I will definitely use whatever means of transportation, especially if it is Mr. Irsays stuff," Luck said with his familiar smile. The class schedule should help Luck, too. He needs to finish two classes to earn his architectural design degree and they meet only on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. It should give Luck enough time to work on academics and still spend those long weekends preparing for his new job. "This is what I love to do and I want to devote 100 per cent of my time right now to being the best football player I can be and the best quarterback for this team," said Luck, who also plans to attend Stanfords graduation ceremony in June. "But I realize that Im not going to let 3 1/2 years of school go to waste right now. I am going to try to finish strong and go from there." Luck takes over a team that started last season with Super Bowl aspirations but finished a league-worst 2-14 after Peyton Manning was lost for the season following multiple neck surgeries. The disastrous collapse led to a complete overhaul. Irsay changed the front office and coaching staff in January and February, then released Manning, the longtime face of the franchise, and several other fan favourites in March. Those moves paved the way for Luck to become the face of the post-Manning era in Indy. "Hes a great player, a great kid and hell fit in perfectly," Manning said Saturday night in Indy. But the expectations for Mannings successor are exceedingly high. Luck was projected to be the NFLs No. 1 draft pick in 2011 and 2012 and will have to endure constant comparisons to Manning, whom Luck has called one of his football idols. The problem right now is fitting in. As Manning knows, it takes time for rookie quarterbacks to learn the new playbook and get on the same page with teammates. The NFLs rules wont help Lucks transition. So the Colts are doing what they can to make it all work. "Like we said from the beginning, we are going to throw everything at him. Then once we do get him back, we will break it down and they are going to hear it again," new coach Chuck Pagano said this weekend. Until early June, its really up to Luck and the other Colts players to do their own homework -- and follow the coaches script. "Keep your head in the (playbook)," Fleener said. "Make sure you are not sitting around doing nothing and playing video games. Make sure you are staying around football." http://www.footballbengalsnflstore.com/Youth-Carlos-Dunlap-Elite-Jersey/ . -- The Kansas City Chiefs placed rookie tight end Travis Kelce on injured reserve Saturday after he had arthroscopic surgery earlier in the week to repair damaged cartilage in his left knee. http://www.footballbengalsnflstore.com/Youth-Pat-Sims-Elite-Jersey/ . Paire broke Giraldo twice and lost his serve once in both sets to wrap up the win in 1 hour, 10 minutes. He will next face Pablo Carreno Busta of Spain, who advanced when Jurgen Zopp of Estonia retired with an injury at 5-5 in the first set.ORLANDO, Fla. -- South Carolina quarterback Connor Shaws career has been marked by a mix of special moments and others hed like to forget. He made sure his final game was one hell be able to savour. Shaw was responsible for five touchdowns, including three passing, and No. 8 South Carolina outlasted No. 19 Wisconsin 34-24 in the Capital One Bowl on Wednesday. The Gamecocks senior was named the games MVP after picking apart the Badgers defence, completing 22 of 25 passes for 312 yards. Shaw also had scores rushing and receiving. South Carolina (11-2) won its third straight bowl game to cap its third straight 11-win season. After untimely injuries and losses culminated in the Gamecocks missing a spot in the BCS, Shaw said this performance offered some redemption. "I told the team before the game that weve faced every possible scenario we could possible face this season and that Wisconsin would be no different," Shaw said. "Im so glad the way we battled throughout the game and our defence came and played. "I couldnt be more proud." The game also turned out to be the final college contest for Jadeveon Clowney, who said afterward that he would forgo his senior season and enter the NFL draft. "Before we even put the pads on, I thought weve only got 60 minutes and its over with. Im going to be sad about it. ... Im excited to move forward with my life though." Bruce Ellington caught six passes for 140 yards and two touchdowns. Shaw Roland also hauled in six catches for 112 yards. "The guys, we came together as a team today and Connor did a great job of leading us," Ellington said. "We just came out and played." Shaws receivers caught balls in traffic and in the open field, gashing a Wisconsin defence that surrendered 438 yards for the game. The Badgers also allowed two fourth-down conversions, one which set up a 22-yard touchdown pass from Shaw to Ellington that put the Gamecocks up for good late in the third quarter. Wisconsin (9-4) lost its fourth straight bowl game, failing to capitalize on 100-yard rushing games from both Melvin Gordon and James White, and struggling after quarterback Joel Stave left in the third quarter with a shoulder injury. Backup Curt Phillips was intercepted twice. While the Gamecocks couldnt contain the Badgers rushing attack for most of the game, Shaw and his receivers did plenty to keep South Carolina productive on offence. Trailing 17-13 in the third quarter, Ellington reeled in a juggling receptiion near the sideline on a fourth-and-7 play. http://www.footballbengalsnflstore.com/Youth-Leon-Hall-Elite-Jersey/. Two plays later Shaw found Ellington for the 22-yard touchdown strike to put the Gamecocks up by three. The Badgers lost Stave on the next series, and with Phillips taking over were stopped short on a fourth-down run inside the Gamecocks 30. South Carolina took advantage, and needed just six plays for Shaw to find Jerrell Adams for a 3-yard touchdown that made it 27-17 with 11:05 to play in the game. "You kind of walk a fine line between being aggressive, getting after the quarterback and containing him," Badgers coach Gary Andersen said. "Our plan was to be aggressive. At times we didnt get the pressure we should have and at times he was able to extend plays." Wisconsin wasnt done. Kenzel Doe took the ensuing kickoff and ran it back 91 yards for a score to get the Badgers back within a field goal. But Shaw went back to work. Pinned inside his own 15 to start the drive, he used a combination of runs and passes to set up his 1-yard touchdown plunge to cap a nine-play, 81-yard drive that made it 34-24. Wisconsin appeared to be done after Phillips was intercepted by Kaiwan Lewis with less than five minutes to play, but the Gamecocks gave it right back on Brandon Wilds fumble on the next series. The Badgers picked up a few first downs, but then Phillips was intercepted again by Skai Moore with 3:14 left to end the threat. "We were very good defensively in the fourth quarter. It was a fourth-quarter game," South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier said. Clowney had four tackles in the first half, including one for a loss. But he was mostly a non-factor early as the Badgers alternated White and Gordon in the backfield. Wisconsin rushed for 293 yards in the game, but had no rushing touchdowns. The badgers hadnt lost by double digits since October 2010 (also 34-24 to Michigan State). Since then, theyd lost 13 times, all by seven points or less. Gamecocks defensive end Victor Hampton, whose hit knocked Stave out of the game, confirmed afterward that he would skip his senior season and enter the NFL draft. He said he thought South Carolinas defence displayed its true personality when it had to. "That was a knock-down, drag out fight," Hampton said. "Everybody was saying we couldnt stop the run, but we showed them different. They got some yards on us in the first half and (Melvin Gordon) was really impressive, but in the second half, it was all over. We shut them down." Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '

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