Highlights: At least once per practice, Daniels throws a perfectly placed ball to a wide receiver’s back shoulder. It’s one of the toughest timing throws to make, and Daniels does not hesitate to deliver it, trusting Tyler Vaughns and Michael Pittman Jr. to adjust in the air and make the play. Back shoulder throws can be effective because the defensive backs have a tendency to overrun the receiver’s route. All the receiver has to do is slow down just a little after the ball is thrown. Daniels’ first throw in seven-on-seven Wednesday was a drama-free back shoulder toss to Vaughns. Also in seven-on-seven, Daniels connected on three straight passes — a quick pass to Vavae Malepeai out of the backfield, an out to Pittman and a check-down dump pass to Markese Stepp. In the 11-on-11 red zone session, Daniels ended his day with a 10-yard touchdown pass to Vaughns.
Lowlights: Daniels did not complete many passes during 11-on-11 Wednesday, the first day in full pads. He was working mostly with the second team — a product of it being Sears’ turn to start with the first unit.