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Monday, July 23, 2007

Opening salvo

So much for the tougher training camp.

Mike Tomlin had promised a more difficult training camp. And maybe that will be the case.

But Monday's run test certainly wasn't more difficult than Bill Cowher's.

Cowher's test consisted of 14 timed 40-yard sprints, something that always tested players.

Tomlin's test of 16 110-yard runs at mid-speed seemed more difficult at first glance, but wasn't so in reality.

In fact, it was so easy, he stopped the drill after 14.

We'll see what happens with the rest of camp.

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