Players that were sidelined during the first half of Saturday's double practice remained sans the jerseys and shells (no further details were forthcoming regarding Gavin Andrews or Caleb Smith, Mike Riley isn't available after practice on the evening sessions during two-a-days.)
One-on-ones did not take place during the latter half of practice – rather, the better portion of the evening was dedicated to 11-on-11 drills where the wide outs and defensive backs continued to bring the catches and excitement.
Both units are looking really crisp at this stage of fall camp.
The Beavs practiced their red zone offensive/defensive packages for about 20 minutes and the offense was proficient at moving the ball around in the red zone.
They looked mostly solid, yet both dropped some easy passes over the middle.
Mannion shows signs of struggling on Saturday night in terms of adjusting to the speed differential between his wide outs and tight ends. He occasionally overthrew the tight ends by a stride or more, and sailed a few passes over his target's head in the red zone during both practices today.
The Beavs get a day off on Sunday -- and then go straight back to two-a-days on Monday.