I attended the morning session, but don't have a lot of time to post right now, as we're packing up the car to head back home. Two words: Patrick Crayton. He is back. Think last year before the injury. He was exploding out of his cuts and catching everything. He had the best practice of all the receivers. We may very well have the best WR combination in the league this season. Matt Tarullo pancaked a guy wearing one of the two #60's (NOT Montavious Stanley, Chrissyboy, any idea who it was?). Flozell kept up with everybody else in the sprints, but still looked a little heavier than last year. The DB's were working right in front of me with Zimmer watching silently and Bowles doing all the talking. He strikes me as a good coach (Bowles). Calm demeanor, lots of specifics. Roy tackled like he thought he was in a game. Reeves had a nice breakup, like he did Saturday too. The LB's followed, with the DL at the other end, and it was interesting to me to see Ellis come over all of a sudden in the middle of the drill and join the LB's. Ware came over a few plays later. He looked good, but did nothing spectacular later against the offense. It struck me that the structure and sequence of this session was totally different from Saturday morning. Almost nothing to report on the QB's because they were at the other end of the farther field. A lot of times, you really couldn't tell who was throwing the pass. From what I did see, Romo looked pretty good. As for RB's, it was night-and-day compared to Saturday, with a lot more holes to run through, Barber had a nice 20-yard run. Julius looked just as good. Polite made a shoestring catch of a low pass from Henson. T.O. was the last one onto the field. He made a nice adjustment on a bomb from Henson that was thrown over the wrong shoulder (I'm giving the vet the benifit of the doubt here) but couldn't haul it in. He did turn on the jets and disappear for TD later though. I was agape. Julius stayed late to sign autographs. Akin Ayodele made it a point to go all the way down to the far end of the field and work his way back up the fence signing. The one thing I took away from this practice though, was 84. If Crayton keeps this up, he will see some serious playing time, and make us one of the most feared passing attacks in the league.