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You always want to keep your players generally happy, and key players on the offensive side of the ball are very excited about this new offense that's being installed by offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains.
Confidence is flowing freely during OTAs as the players pick up this new offense, and other players are taking notice of that.
Healthy competition during these OTAs is so important to keep the players motivated. That seems to be happening at least at the early stage of OTAs.
The comparison of the 2013 offense to last season's 26th-ranked offense will be night and day for fans.
For instance, expect Jake Locker to be put into bootleg scenarios a lot more to allow him to really make plays outside of the pocket. That is one of his strengths as a quarterback, like it or not.
Kendall Wright can really do a lot damage as a slot receiver, and hopefully he'll get a lot more opportunities in that scenario in this new offense.
All of the players appear to be amped up about this offense that will work around their strengths, and how quickly they seem to be picking it up is a bonus.