"It is senseless to have a backlog of players at one position and have five of them standing on the sidelines. As a staff, we want to get as many of those guys on the field at the same time as possible - your playmakers have to be on the field to make plays. They have all been unselfish about making changes, so we are trying different things this spring with the group." - Chuck Amato on moving Darrell Blackman to WR
Williams: Answers to the important questions
Mario Williams * NFL.com
Thanks to everyone who e-mailed in. There were many good questions, but I also got a lot of questions about where I think I will be drafted, and if I am drafted by Green Bay, what it would be like to play there. If I were to go to Green Bay, I would be honored and privileged to be a part of the Packers and be an impact player; do my best. If I go there, I'm going to give it my all. But I have to be diplomatic because I don't know where I'm going to go. I will be more than happy to play for any team that takes me. Nothing is settled until the draft. Read More
2006 Spring Football Prospectus
Talk to NC State head football coach Chuck Amato about his goals for spring practice, and it won't be long before you hear that word. "Fundamentals are the focus during spring drills," Amato said. "Every spring, we work on blocking and tackling and the little things that end up being the big things - the basics of football." Read More
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