Steelers inside the ropes: Kenny Beckett throws lasers in first attempt at ‘Seven Shots’

It took four practices to Kenny Beckett For his first chance to throw a pass in a two-point “Seven Shots” simulation session that historically unlocks every Pittsburgh Steelers practice.

The first-round pick and former Pitt star were only allowed one attempt.

I have benefited from it.

Beckett threw a fluff into the left corner of the end zone. His target was the recipient in the first year Tyler Fogginswhich was covered by the back corner mosques Pierre.

Foggs jumped high in the air, made a catch and landed on the ground alongside Pierre. The receiver got on his elbow within the score. It was a great combination of throwing and catching by the duo who worked extensively with the third team during camp.

• For the second day in a row, Trubisky was unable to direct the score at Seven Shots. Twice, Trubisky searched for a newbie George Beijings. The first is fading out of bounds. The second was an attempt Jack Miles oblique. On the third throw, Ahkello Witherspoon Dive to break a pass to Anthony Miller. The fourth attempt was a continuation of the bullish tight end Connor Heywardbut it was less than the goal line

• Heyward made a great diving catch Mason Rudolph First attempt for seven shots. In free play, Rudolph raised a pass towards the end zone. Donovan Steiner He seemed to intercept the dive, but the ball jumped into the air and Heyward caught it as he dived toward the end zone. Rudolph’s second pass was incomplete, but it is possible that he would have been sent off if interference had been allowed.

• in competition on the left, Kendrick Green I got first team reps in Seven Shots. Kevin Dotson He returned to work with those in the first team tenure. The rotation continued after that.

• The team’s first term began with a miscommunication between Trubisky and Miller. Trubisky lifted a deep pass down the left lateral line. Miller paused, thinking it was a winding road. Trubesky’s second attempt failed. Pickens jumped in front of him Robert Spillanewho withdrew to avoid contact that might have sent the ball off.

• Rudolph went 3 for 4 in the team’s initial period. Impossible to be perfect when jogging Anthony McFarland Drop the ball in the process of checking.

• Beckett continued to face intense pressure and took several low blows during his team sessions. He also had a pass from the defensive line Doug costin, which was signed a few days before the camp. drops by Gunner Olszewski And the Jess Sternberger His completion rate didn’t help.

TJ Watt Score a pass, then celebrate by kicking the ball into the stands. At least his kick was intentional. the gambler Cameron Nezalik Someone was hit in the crowd during the first competitive boating game at camp.

• Added Vaughns to his highlight reel by tapping a toe to pass Rudolph during the seven-on-seven session. Beckett also made a pass to Vinz over the middle later in the period.

• Watt’s day was marked by the selection of 6 Trubisky in the final team term. He went up in front of Pickens’ fairway, grabbed him and was in position to rebound 30 yards for a TD.

Miles Boykin He made a good hold across the middle, maintaining focus as Rudolph’s pass was passed through Pierre’s fingers.

Joe Rotter is a Tribune Review writer. You can contact Joe via email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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