Rain delayed the start of the first official day of football practice Monday morning, but in time, Navarre was on the field ready to work.
More than two hours later, the Raiders came off the field feeling good about what they accomplished but knowing there is much more to do before the preseason battle against Louisville (Mississippi) 15 days from now.
“There has to be a sense of urgency in camp because we play in less than a month,” Navarre head coach Jay Walls said. “There has to be that sense of urgency to get better. We have to make the most of every practice and every rep.”
As the offense and defense ran plays, that sense of urgency appeared to be there. There was also energy and excitement among the players as they put in the work to improve.
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