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Coordinator Q&A: Joe Phiblin

Coach Joe Philbin (Mike Roemer/AP)

We were there as the offensive coordinator discussed some of the issues early in training camp. One of the issues thus far is how the offense has handled the wide array of blitzes thrown at it by counterpart Dom Capers.

Here are some of the highlights from offensive coordinator Joe Philbin's chat with reporters after Tuesday morning's practice: How does the offense look so far? OK, there's a couple things we need to work on obviously at this stage of camp. The one thing that's been bothersome to us offensively is we've had a lot of penalties. That's a major concern. We didn't start off camp well in that area...

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