Here are the takeaways from Thursday’s sixth fall practice, the team’s first at the Coliseum:
Highlights: During this week’s practices, Daniels has been playing with a fingernail bent back on his left hand. He has had the finger wrapped, but Thursday he wore a glove to keep the hand from becoming infected. It hasn’t appeared to limit his reps, but it can’t be comfortable when he’s receiving the snap and transferring the ball into his throwing motion. Daniels made his debut Thursday in the Coliseum, where it’s assumed by most he will shine the brightest in the coming years. But it wasn’t a day for anything spectacular. Daniels took a few big shots deep but didn’t connect on them — one to high-school teammate Amon-ra St. Brown would have been a touchdown, but St. Brown dropped it as he fell to the ground. Daniels mostly took what the defense gave him in 11-on-11 drills, showing that he can play mature beyond his years.