A day after the coaches handed his usual second-string snaps to rookie Nathan Enderle, veteran Caleb Hanie didn't exactly bounce back the way he -- or anyone else with the organization, for that matter -- wanted.
"It's not going well, I wouldn't say," Hanie said of his training camp so far. "It's kind of middle of the road. I'm kind of just working through some stuff, I feel like. I feel like I'm still getting through it and getting timing back, rhythm back, and all that stuff."
On Tuesday night, Hanie was intercepted three times.
Hanie, though, didn't want to flesh all of those mistakes out.
"If I start talking about picks and stuff, I'm going to have to explain the whole offense to everybody. It's a very complex system and it's very much involved with timing and everything. What goes into an interception, there's a lot of different parts that go into that," he said. "So I'm not going to get into what happened on this play, what happened on that play."