Rose returns to Commanders practice

Kicker Nick Rose, who spent last weekend kicking in the NFL playoffs, was back with the Commanders on Sunday. - photo by Joe Alexander
Kicker Nick Rose, who spent last weekend kicking in the NFL playoffs, was back with the Commanders on Sunday. – photo by Joe Alexander
Nick Rose spent Sunday a week ago handling the kickoff duties for the Los Angeles Chargers in the AFC divisional playoffs.

This Sunday, Rose was back at Central Catholic High School taking part in the San Antonio Commanders training camp.

Rose, a kicker from the University of Texas, had been with the Commanders when the Chargers signed him. A week and a half later, he was back.

The longest field goal Rose made in today’s practice was 58 yards. He was working with holder Joseph Zema, a punter from Incarnate Word, and long snapper Scott Daly.

Training camp report: Sunday, January 20, 2019

After spending Saturday’s practice indoors at the Alamodome, the players were back outside on Sunday. The temperature was about 58 degrees when practice started and close to 60 when it ended.

T-shirt day

On Saturday, the players practiced in helmets and shoulder pads. Sunday they went without shoulder pads in what was mostly a learning day. The quarterbacks did very little passing.

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