Fans were talking about the receivers at the St. Louis Rams' Tuesday practice. (Photo via Brandon Birkhead)
If you followed the tweets from fans at training camp on Tuesday you noticed a series of brief, 140-character descriptions of Brian Quick beautifully catching a pass. It was not all highlight reel work for the St. Louis Rams second-round pick. As Mike Sando noted his take on practice, Quick still had his rookie moments, but the progress does seem to be there, helped no doubt by his tireless work ethic.
More notes from fans on the scene after the jump.
"He's really got no issues," Fisher said of Amendola. "He was doing well prior to this break in the summer. He's running good. He's catching good and right now he's clearly on the same page with Sam (Bradford)."
It isn't easy being a Rams receiver these days either, not that it ever was, but they have much better cornerbacks working against them in practice these days. Cortland Finnegan and Janoris Jenkins are making their teammates on the other side of the ball works for every inch of each route they run.
On to some notes and observations from the scene.
Hekker's punts have tremendous hang time, seems to be putting 75% into it— Brent Lancaster (@lannyosu) July 31, 2012
Sam with another bootleg to quick.. 15 yd strike— Brent Lancaster (@lannyosu) July 31, 2012
I can hear the camera director for NFL Network next to me....Jenkins troubled past coming up#RamsCamp— Jim Fadler (@jimiramsboy) July 31, 2012
Lots of special teams work again. That is a good sign. In years past team hasn't always stressed it#RamsCamp— Jim Fadler (@jimiramsboy) July 31, 2012
Schotty not pleased so far.. 'not good enough guys'— Brent Lancaster (@lannyosu) July 31, 2012
Salas had a great back shoulder catch— Jim Fadler (@jimiramsboy) July 31, 2012
Bradford to givens vs fletchers. What a jump & came down with the ball. Claps from bleachers.— Betsy Lancaster (@lancasbg) July 31, 2012
Salas/ Pettis with nice back-to-back snags in the end zone.— Daniel Doelling (@Daniel_Doelling) July 31, 2012
Quick with a monster catch over fletcher (who's 6 ft) for near TD.. showed all of vertical, contorted over fletcher and held on— Brent Lancaster (@lannyosu) July 31, 2012