Michael Strahan returned to Albany for the first time since his retirement to watch his former mates…
Rookie Diary: Bryan Kehl
That first game in Detroit was fast, big, strong, and physical for me. But above all, it was great to be out there playing the game I love. In camp you spend so much time hitting the same people; it was nice to hit someone with a different color jersey on, from a different team. I got to run around like a mad man, like a little kid and chase people down, hit them and tackle them. I felt I did really well and the feedback I got from the coaches was pretty much right on to how I felt. I ran around and made plays. I messed up at times, but the mistakes were things that you can fix. The most encouraging thing is that I ran around and made plays. At the end of the day, I think it's a lot easier to correct the little mistakes that I made than to get somebody that's not a playmaker and try to turn him into a playmaker. I was encouraged that I was able to get some tackles and make some plays. (Kehl finished with four tackles and another on special teams.) Finally getting into some...
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