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Monday’s Play, Player and Position of Day

Raji with Darren Perry (Benny Sieu/USA TODAY)

Training camp truly began on Monday, as players put on the pads for the first time. What roster dark horse made the play of the day? What disappointing dominated a key drill? Plus, in our position of the day, we examine the tight ends.

Now that the pads are on, we begin our daily look at the best of training camp. Play of the day Jake Stoneburner went flying up the middle of the field, with inside linebacker Sam Barrington right on his heels. Quarterback Matt Flynn made what appeared to be an off-target throw. Instead, Stoneburner said, it was perfect, as he made a twisting, one-handed catch for a big gain. “It was a seam...

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