Ellis & Haynesworth Practicing Again

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    Ellis & Haynesworth Practicing Again

    http://espn.go.com/blog/boston/new-england-patriots/post/_/id/4700520/dl-ellis-joins-teammates-at-practice

    FOXBOROUGH, Mass -- Veteran defensive lineman Shaun Ellis has joined his Patriots teammates at today's practice, taking the field with his helmet in a sign that he is coming off the active/physically unable to perform list.

    Meanwhile, defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth has also taken the field for a shorts-and-t-shirt practice, a sign that he might be ready to return to practice for the first time since Aug. 3. While other teammates were wearing helmets, Haynesworth was not.


    Nice!
     
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    Re: Ellis & Haynesworth Practicing Again

    I second that, VERY NICE.

    After watching our Dline dominate the bucs offensive line without these guys, Im giddy just thinking about what the defense line of
    Carter Wilfork Haynesworth Ellis

    will do to opposing offenses.
     
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    the more practice Haynesworth can get, the sooner he can become familiar w/ BBs schemes Laughing

    It will still take a little while
     
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    Good sign
     
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    Glad to see them back out there, thanks for post/heads up. 

     
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    Haynesworth has one of the easiest jobs to learn

    1.  Don't line up offsides.
    2.  Swim through the offensive line.
    3.  Look for the guy with the football.
    4.  Charge!  Don't draw a penalty if he throws the ball away.
    5.  Mess with the guy's mind too.
    6.  Repeat until fourth down.

    There are no schemes.  Do it.

    Practice isn't going to help much.  As long as Haynesworth isn't rusty he's good to go.
     
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    The new d-line is a group of very determined indiviguals. Haynesworth's greatest line ever is I'm here to kill the QB, Carter says when asked what his role is"put my hand in the dirt and get after the QB", Wilfork is the known commodity and Ellis has been a thorn in the Patriots side for years as the Jets chief disrupter and will now return the favor to the Jets. Anderson is the joker in the group as a true OLB who can rush and defend the edge.All these players and Mayo lurking behind the line of behemouths,interesting to say the least...
     
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    In Response to Re: Ellis & Haynesworth Practicing Again:
    Haynesworth has one of the easiest jobs to learn 1.  Don't line up offsides. 2.  Swim through the offensive line. 3.  Look for the guy with the football. 4.  Charge!  Don't draw a penalty if he throws the ball away. 5.  Mess with the guy's mind too. 6.  Repeat until fourth down. There are no schemes.  Do it. Practice isn't going to help much.  As long as Haynesworth isn't rusty he's good to go.
    Posted by Paul_K



    I agree, I think BB shelved him to save a guy who might not be in the best shape from pulling a groin or something. We'll work him back in (modestly) for the next few weeks and will dominate the Dolphins o-line with VW and co.


    His job is absorb the 2x team and push the pile backwards. This might be all he is really capable of anyway?!?! Why not use him for his only strength?
     
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     Mike Reiss 
     
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    Re: Ellis & Haynesworth Practicing Again

    I just got a Semi when I read this. Now I can't wait for next Saturday Night against the lions.
     
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    The 4-3 is different from the 3-4 in that you don't read and react, you just attack. BB had to dim down the defense the past two years, but in a attack style 4-3 he'll just let them go. 


     Anderson/Ninkovich - Wilfork - Haynesworth - Carter....

    Oh my, my panties are wet....
     
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     Mike Reiss 
     
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    If Haynesworth ain't ready to go...

    Anderson/Ninkovich - Ellis/Warren - Wilfork - Carter....


    My panties are still wet. =)
     
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    In Response to Re: Ellis & Haynesworth Practicing Again:
    Haynesworth has one of the easiest jobs to learn 1.  Don't line up offsides. 2.  Swim through the offensive line. 3.  Look for the guy with the football. 4.  Charge!  Don't draw a penalty if he throws the ball away. 5.  Mess with the guy's mind too. 6.  Repeat until fourth down. There are no schemes.  Do it. Practice isn't going to help much.  As long as Haynesworth isn't rusty he's good to go.
    Posted by Paul_K

    Totally agree. People need to stop worrying about Haynesworth.BB knows exactly what he needs to do to get ready for the season.
     
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    \The Eagles got all the hype
     however the pats may be the real dream team
    but i don't want our guys to know that until after
    the Super Bowl

    Only the Packers have as much  talent
     
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    His sexual harrassment trial is scheduled for next week, wonder how that will turn out.  Hanesworth I mean
     
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    His sexual harrassment trial is scheduled for next week, wonder how that will turn out.  Hanesworth I mean
    Posted by NEGAME2


    Even if he loses, it's a misdemeanor...he'll get probation and a few hours of community service.
     
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    Conflicting info.  One source says three witness distinctly didn't see anything wrong.  One source says the defendent's lawyer offered $50K to a potential witness to lie.  Another source says Haynesworth's lawyer made an offer.
     
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    can't wait too see these guy line up against Miami on Monday night.  If the defense is as good as I saw against the Tampa, this season is going to be awesome!
     
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    Glad that he's back out on the field. Means that his conditioning and knee maintenance is going well and he's close to returning. Also glad that Ellis is out there. This defensive line is going to be scary.

    The rich get richer.
     
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    In Response to Re: Ellis & Haynesworth Practicing Again:
    Haynesworth has one of the easiest jobs to learn 1.  Don't line up offsides. 2.  Swim through the offensive line. 3.  Look for the guy with the football. 4.  Charge!  Don't draw a penalty if he throws the ball away. 5.  Mess with the guy's mind too. 6.  Repeat until fourth down. There are no schemes.  Do it. Practice isn't going to help much.  As long as Haynesworth isn't rusty he's good to go.
    Posted by Paul_K


    I don't think it's quite as simple as that. Haynesworth has a chance to make a huge impact knowing when to limit the run via gap control vs. putting pressure on the QB.  That requires that he understands BBs schemes. Our DL were usually average at one or the other, but not both at the same time. Seymour was the last guy who could do both and made the other DL play better. Haynesworth has the opportunity to do the same.
     
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    Can't wait Ellis-Vince-Albert and Carter, subbing in Warren, Love, Pryor, Moore, Wright, etc - Beastly. Go Pats!!!    In Response to Ellis & Haynesworth Practicing Again:
    http://espn.go.com/blog/boston/new-england-patriots/post/_/id/4700520/dl-ellis-joins-teammates-at-practice FOXBOROUGH, Mass -- Veteran defensive lineman Shaun Ellis has joined his Patriots teammates at today's practice, taking the field with his helmet in a sign that he is coming off the active/physically unable to perform list. Meanwhile, defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth has also taken the field for a shorts-and-t-shirt practice, a sign that he might be ready to return to practice for the first time since Aug. 3. While other teammates were wearing helmets, Haynesworth was not. Nice!
    Posted by USMCM1A1

     
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    Re: Ellis & Haynesworth Practicing Again

    I'm actually more interested to see Ellis, Haynesworth is still a beast and I can't wait to see him in a real game, but I'm not as sure on Ellis, his $4mil contract is guaranteed to week one and I want to see if he's healthy, is still a beast and how does he play in BB's defense.  It wasn't as though we were struggling at his postion without him.  Please dont think I'm saying I'm doubting Ellis or were going to cut him.  I'm just excited to see how good he is right, and hope it only makes the Pats better.
     
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    In Response to Re: Ellis & Haynesworth Practicing Again:
    In Response to Re: Ellis & Haynesworth Practicing Again : I agree, I think BB shelved him to save a guy who might not be in the best shape from pulling a groin or something. We'll work him back in (modestly) for the next few weeks and will dominate the Dolphins o-line with VW and co. His job is absorb the 2x team and push the pile backwards. This might be all he is really capable of anyway?!?! Why not use him for his only strength?
    Posted by TrueChamp


    re"
    I agree, I think BB shelved him to save a guy who might not be in the best shape from pulling a groin or something. We'll work him back in (modestly) for the next few weeks and will dominate the Dolphins o-line with VW and co."

    i'm not sure that that is the case, but brilliant if it was.
     
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    In Response to Re: Ellis & Haynesworth Practicing Again:
    I'm actually more interested to see Ellis, Haynesworth is still a beast and I can't wait to see him in a real game, but I'm not as sure on Ellis, his $4mil contract is guaranteed to week one and I want to see if he's healthy, is still a beast and how does he play in BB's defense.  It wasn't as though we were struggling at his postion without him.  Please dont think I'm saying I'm doubting Ellis or were going to cut him.  I'm just excited to see how good he is right, and hope it only makes the Pats better.
    Posted by Michael02127



    The guy plays big in the playoffs.  Just from a depth perspective we have a guy who can play 4-3 or 3-4, and took him from a team that rivals the Pats.  It's really a win-win, and the Pats can bring him on slowly if need be. 
     
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