8) Running back Darrell Henderson had the first play of those 11-on-11 drills, taking a screen down the sideline, avoiding the path of defenders with his shiftiness. Sure, the Rams don’t have pads on. But that is the kind of play that makes you feel like he can translate that ability to make people miss he displayed at Memphis to the highest level.
9) Wide receiver Mike Thomas made a nice reception from quarterback Brandon Allen. The signal-caller was rolling to his right after being flushed from the pocket, threw a short-to-intermediate pass to Thomas, who leaned out and got the ball in his hands before crossing the right sideline.
10) Finally, defensive back Dont’e Deayon made a couple impressive plays toward the end of practice. The first was an interception on the defense’s left — Deayon cut off a comeback route and took it all the way back for a touchdown, with basically the entire defensive sideline following him to pay dirt. A few plays later, Deayon leapt up and swatted a pass down the defense’s right seam. It was a strong period for him to end the offseason program.