Henson, Bledsoe mention
>>>• Henson barely resembles the rookie QB who spent most of his debut season as Testaverde's caddy. For all the attention paid to Henson last year as the QB-in-waiting, he had flaws in his mechanics that hampered his accuracy. He has a strong arm, but sometimes last year dropped his passing hand to the point that it almost looked like he was still playing baseball, trying to throw out a runner at first base. Henson spent the offseason working extensively on his mechanics, and it showed. He displayed a high release point in drills Friday, and his arm strength and accuracy seemed much improved.
• The reports out of Buffalo that Bledsoe had lost some of his arm strength seem to be comical, at best. Bledsoe showed up in exceptional physical condition, and repeatedly fired passes that the Dallas receivers either didn't see or simply couldn't handle. The Cowboys have long had a fondness for passers with strong arms -- see Drew Henson, Vinny Testaverde, Troy Aikman, even Chad Hutchinson -- but Bledsoe's might be the strongest of them all.<<<
I had been wondering where the QB comments were...seemed few and far between...got this out of the image zone