Quarterback Kurt Benkert hands off to running back Tony Brooks-James during on-field activities. (Curtis Compton/ccompton@ajc.com)

Senat, Cominsky, Ollison and Benkert shine at minicamp

“I was excited to see Benkert get a good bit of work today,” Quinn said. “Ollison was another that I saw get a good bit of work at running back.”

Quinn and his staff met with the 23 rookies and the veterans acquired this offseason. The staff gave them a couple of things to improve on during the minicamp.  

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