Despite the Buccaneers coming off an intense and hyped up night practice on Saturday night, training camp continued on Sunday.
While it was a shortened practice on Sunday, work did get done.
As Mark Cook of Pewter Report points out, the highlight of Sunday’s practice was when the offensive and defensive lines got together.
“The Buccaneers offensive and defensive lines went through a period of one-on-one battles that were very physical and impressive. While it was 50/50 on which unit won, it is clear the Bucs offensive line has significantly more depth this season that last. The standout performer was Dotson who was a man amongst boys in the drills, dominating and giving little, if any, ground to the defensive pass rushers. Dotson stonewalled starter Da’Quan Bowers twice in the drill, as an impressive display of one-on-one battles seen in the last few years. Dotson strength has always been his pass blocking, but it was evident today that his strength has gotten even better, which bodes well for quarterback Josh Freeman.”