FLAGSTAFF, AZ - Some people resist change. Dare we say, most people resist change.
That is, unless you're a football player entering the dog days of training camp. Then you embrace change.
You look forward to a new practice time and venue, like the Arizona Cardinals holding a practice in full pads at a renovated Lumberjack Stadium on Wednesday night.
"It's just kind of getting to that point where we've been practicing against each other long enough and we're not hitting anybody else," Daryn Colledge told ABC15 Sports Director Craig Fouhy. "We're really just kind of getting tired of everybody."
How tired? How ornery? Well, tired and ornery enough where O-Lineman on O-Lineman crime almost went down this week.
"I wanted to fight Levi (Brown) yesterday for stepping on my foot once," Colledge (half) joked. "So, it's one of those things where if you got a chance to hit a guy, we do it. So, New Orleans is rolling in right about the right time."
Of course, until the Hall of Fame game on Sunday night, there's no hitting the quarterbacks. And, speaking of, Kevin Kolb expects to participate tonight after he returned from his thigh contusion in time for Wednesday morning's walk-through.
Once again, Kolb will split snaps with John Skelton during a night practice that will include a live goal line drill.
"Whatever happens, happens," said Todd Heap. "It's been getting a little chippy out there. There's been a few hard hits and a few things going on. So usually that all comes to light under the lights."
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