This sounds like a good idea, players spending less time standing and watching reps. Not sure about the coaches, I guess it helps them, the question is if having less experienced coaches helps the younger players.
However, this year for the first time, Pederson plans on splitting the various offensive and defensive units among the several practice fields with coordinators coaching the starters and position coaches and assistants spending time with the reserve groups. All in the name of development.

"You saw us split the field this spring," Pederson said following June's mandatory minicamp. "Which was new. and it helps develop our younger guys, and it helps develop our younger coaches. The coaching staffs are split, too.
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