Comments from Carolina Panthers head coach John Fox following the team's training camp practice.
On working on game-situation drills: We started introducing a lot of that stuff to encourage the guys thinking on the sideline and being alert. It was our first taste of some of the real technical things, but we'll continue that as we move forward.
On the play where kicker
On that play being far down in the playbook: I've seen it I happen and I've seen people mess it up.
On using the next-to-last practice before the first preseason game to work on game situations: We've got all kinds of different things scheduled as far as uniforms and whatnot, but we had work to do. We have installation still going in, so we went shorts to freshen them up a little bit but we still got work done.
On if it will be necessary to bring in a veteran defensive lineman at some point: We can bring in somebody, but the problem is you want to improve your team whoever you bring in. When that guy arrives or that guy shows up, we'll entertain that. Right now, we're working very hard with the guys we have. We'll see kind of where we are (against New York) and go from there.