SAN ANTONIO — The Salt Lake Stallions and the Memphis Express scrimmaged on Sunday with each player fighting for a place on the 52-man roster. Although the scrimmage was mainly about giving everybody a chance to showcase their abilities, the Stallions looked like a unit.
With 74 players on the field and only 52 open spots on the roster, the Stallions’ offense had a great running game, averaging four yards per carry, and the defense scored a fumble recovery touchdown and tallied three sacks.
Stallions head coach Dennis Erickson was particularly impressed with quarterback Josh Woodrum’s 4-of-7 completions for 91 yards. Erickson also recognized many of the players “played better when the lights are on.”
Rounding up Week 4 of training camp, Erickson is confident he and his fellow coaches know who is on their 52-man roster with only a few tough decisions. He also mentioned how great training camp was in San Antonio.
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