Saints camp observations (Aug. 2): Focus on red-zone drills and special teams, Erik McCoy emerging, more (1 Viewer)

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By Herbie Teope | The Advocate / Picayune

The Saints spent the seventh day of training camp practice focused on special teams work and red-zone work.

Like the previous day, the Saints started off indoors with the stretching and conditioning, followed by individual position drills before moving outdoors.

Once outside, the team opened up team drills from the 10-yard line with a variety of running and passing plays. Starting quarterback Drew Brees was especially sharp throughout the afternoon, connecting on touchdown passes during 11-on-11 drills to wide receiver Michael Thomas, wide receiver Austin Carr and tight end Jared Cook, among others.

When it came to special teams, specially the punt unit, cornerback Marcus Sherels once again led the pack by taking first repetitions. He was joined by wide receiver Cyril Grayson Jr. and running backs Matthew Dayes and Rob Kelley in the rotation. ...

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