While it might just seem to be pitching and catching, there's a lot of detail in the drills conducted to polish the passing game. Receivers run every route in the tree, and concentrate on making their breaks and cuts at the same depth and location every time. Quarterbacks work to develop harmony with the pass catchers while also working on their own mechanics and delivery. Items as simple as throwing the ball to the correct shoulder or side of a receiver, or footwork in dropback and setting up, are staples of thes periods of practice.
Practice Drills: Quarterbacks and Receivers
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