From the strange-but-true grab bag: a linebacker returning kickoffs.
Myles Jack, a 6-foot-1, 225-pound linebacker, was in the kickoff return rotation Saturday. This was not part of last-day-of-camp shenanigans.
"How would you like to be running down field trying to tackle that?" Mora said.
Jack was a running back, as well as a linebacker, at Bellevue (Wash.) High School. In track, he was part of the state champion 400- and 1,600-meter relay teams.
So, a Jack of all trades?
"He could be a really good running back for us," Mora said. "But we know we can't overwork him."
So he's a linebacker … for now. Look for Jack to be used on the offense in certain situations.
All tuned up
Classic rock has been a staple during training, played at arena decibels.
Given the choice between Led Zeppelin, The Who and Bruce Springsteen, Mora said, "You can play Led Zeppelin for me any day and I'll as happy as heck."
Mora may need a new Boss.