Rookie impacts

Good news from Roy Cummings at foxsports.com on the o-line. Apparently the team is happy about the play of 3rd round pick Chris Colmer.

"Colmer plays with a mean streak, and he's a heady player who could step right in as the starter at LT. Colmer has a history of health problems, so his primary objective is to stay healthy."

Anthony Davis has also been playing with a chip on his shoulder since being moved inside to guard. Davis played at left tackle last year, but was forced to play another position with the arrival of Colmer. Both players should give the Buc's o-line a much needed upgrade in attitude.

Additionally the team has been happy with the showing by 7th round pick Rick Razzano at the team's rookie mini-camp. Of course, no word on from Gruden on Razzano's legal troubles. Razzano is accused of beating a man to a bloody pulp outisde a bar in Lafayette County bar on April 3rd 2004.

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