NFL.com | The Associated Press | Latest news and notes from the NFL: -NFL.com| The Latest News -Rookie QB Jacoby Brissett says he’s enjoying watching the New York Giants’ offense, but admits he’s still working on his throws.
“I’m trying to do what I can, but there’s no stopping it,” Brissets told NFL Network.
“My timing has always been good.
I’m a little bit of a rookie, and I’m still working my way up to be able to throw the ball the way I’m comfortable doing.
“It’s a great offense, and it’s been fun to watch. “
It’s been a good team. “
It’s a great offense, and it’s been fun to watch.
It’s been a good team.
But it’s just a matter of when they get a quarterback like that and when they finally get a good one.”
-Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says he has no concerns about starting Russell Wilson in the first preseason game.
“He’s still young, he’s got some stuff that we still need to iron out,” Carroll said, per ESPN.com.
“We’ll just get him out there and see what he’s all about.”
-Falcons RB Devonta Freeman said he wants to play with another quarterback, but he believes he can play with one.
“Yeah, I’m definitely playing with him,” Freeman said on The Dan Patrick Show.
“If he’s comfortable, he can definitely play, but I just have to find my rhythm.
I don’t know how to do it.”
-Rams RB Ty Montgomery said he was told by his father he will be able play in Sunday’s game against the Jaguars.
“That’s something I don’ know, but it’s something that I’m looking forward to,” Montgomery said on WFAN.
“You know, we’re trying to get a little closer to it.
We’ve been working really hard, but we haven’t quite figured out how to get going yet.
So hopefully I can help them out a little and make a play.”
-Jaguars RB Blake Bortles said he is still trying to adjust to the NFL’s pace of play, which has slowed down some of the team’s speed-of-play issues.
“Every week it feels different, but just because you’re on a different planet, it’s a different experience,” Bortls said on NFL Network’s “Inside the NFL” show.
“Obviously it’s different with the speed, but you can’t deny that we’re getting better every day.”