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10 Tweets from Day 2 of 2020 Senior Bowl

The Reese's Senior Bowl continued toward Saturday's 1:30 p.m. (CT) kickoff with the second day of practices by the North and South teams in Mobile, Alabama.

The North team is being coached by the Lions staff, and the South team is being coached by the Bengals staff. Detroit has the No. 3 overall pick, and Cincinnati is essentially on the clock.

Here are 10 Tweets from the second day of practices…

Even though the practice is on the Gulf Coast, it was hands-in-coat-pockets weather for Alabama Head Coach Nick Saban and Patriots Head Coach Bill Belichick. The former co-workers with the Cleveland Browns (Saban was defensive coordinator from 1991-94, and Belichick was head coach from 1991-95) reconnected on the sidelines:

Utah State QB Jordan Love connected with Baylor receiver Denzel Mims on a deep one during the North practice:

NFL Media's Tom Pelissero caught up with Senior Bowl Executive Director Jim Nagy:

NFL Media's Daniel Jeremiah took to the eye in the sky for some assessments of o-line and d-line drills:

Analytics site Pro Football Focus issued grades from Tuesday's session by the North team and gave the highest grade to Washington State QB Anthony Gordon, followed by West Virginia T Colton McKivitz and Michigan TE Sean McKeon:

The Draft Network's Jordan Reid provided an update on the offensive line, which includes St. John's Ben Bartch at left tackle:

Pro Football Network has live updates:

Normally kickers aim between the uprights, but Rodrigo Blankenship had other thoughts:

Punters are people, too, and they can make an impression:

Unfortunately, bad weather will force practices inside for a second consecutive year, meaning Thursday's sessions will be closed to the public: