The players were in shells for practice and did more individual than team drills for the day.
Just like last week's practice in the rain, the quarterbacks looked fairly sharp early on but then, as everything got soggy, passes were sailing and wobbling.
In the one-on-one line drills, defensive end Kenneth Lombard did well, beating his man on the edge, as did DE Bruce Davis. Doing fairly well at containing his rusher was converted offensive tackle, Chris Johnson.
The other injured players watch from the sidelines, or participate in non-running drills with their units.
Justin London, the senior linebacker from last season, attended practice and said he was in very good physical shape and preparing for Pro Day at UCLA (when UCLA players work out for NFL scouts) next week.
A high school prospect attended practice named Chris Harris, an offensive lineman who looked to be about 6-5 and 280, from Moreno Valley (Calif.) Canyon Springs.
Our guest reporter for practice Monday is smilingjeffrey: Monday Report.
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