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Caserio looking at the big picture

Posted by Albert Breer  June 17, 2010 04:58 PM

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"Anytime you have an opportunity to spend time with them in the meetings like I have and to be able to understand what they’re going to have to go through on a day-to-day basis and then when they come out for practice, I think it’s invaluable," he said. "I think our staff does a great job of identifying the right qualities in players, and you know, you're constantly being evaluated on a day-to-day basis, everybody is, and what you did the next day, you want to be able to be more consistent moving forward and that’s the name of the game."

Anyone that has impressed Caserio? Yeah, actually, there have been guys and -- believe it or not -- he was even willing to name some names.

"I think it’s interesting because everybody is sort of at different levels of development," he said. "I think some of the second-year players, Patrick Chung and (Darius) Butler and (Julian) Edelman, I mean, those are guys that had a great offseason and were some of our offseason award winners and it sort of carried over into the spring so that’s a tribute to what they did during the spring."

So look out for Butler and Chung and Edelman.
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