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Port Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley will experiment with his sides tactics as they look to salvage something from the final weeks of a disappointing AFL season. Air Max 90 Print Sunset .The gulf between the struggling Power and crosstown rivals Adelaide has arguably never been bigger as they head into Saturdays Showdown at Adelaide Oval.With stars Chad Wingard, Charlie Dixon and Hamish Hartlett sidelined by injury, the odds are stacked against the Power overcoming the third-placed Crows.Hinkley believes it would be unwise to write off Ports chances of stealing an upset win in what has historically been an unpredictable contest.But he says hell take the opportunity to mix things up strategically after a demoralising 40-point home loss to Melbourne last week.We dont necessarily throw something out but we wont be frightened to try (new things), Hinkley said on Friday.Well have a crack at some stuff at times.It may look a little bit different occasionally but its not all the time.We look for the opportunities to improve our football club.Port have recalled Jake Neade and Jimmy Toumpas, while veteran forward Jay Schulz has been named for what Hinkley admits could be the 31-year-olds final game at Adelaide Oval before a post-season list review.With 11th-placed Port set to miss the finals for a second straight year, Hinkley acknowledged the importance of bringing hope to supporters after another season in which the Power have badly underperformed.Right now, we dont have a bigger picture, he said.We have an immediate picture that we have to work with, and our picture is lets see if we can improve as quick as we can.We use the next two opportunities to see if we can do that. Nike Air Max 90 Womens Shoes Fluorescent Green . -- If Henry Burris has his way, he will be the starting quarterback to lead the Hamilton Tiger-Cats back to the Grey Cup next year. Mens Nike Air Max 1 Navy Blue Black Shoes .2 billion agreement with Rogers Communications for the leagues broadcast and multimedia rights. http:///...air-max-1-black.html . Brad Jacobs and his Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., team took control of the game early.BEREA, Ohio -- His hair is still orangey, just a shade off the colour of the Browns helmets. Hes still got that cannon right arm, the one that made the New York Yankees draft him and enabled him to throw 75 touchdown passes at Oklahoma State. Outwardly, Brandon Weeden looks the same. But hes no longer a wide-eyed NFL rookie. And as Weeden enters his second pro season, hes got experience, an offence catered to his strengths and a brand new outlook. Clevelands quarterback says hes a changed man. "I feel like a completely different player," he said. The Browns have their fingers crossed that Weeden, who was both efficient and erratic last season, can develop into the long-term starter he was projected to be when the club selected the 29-year-old with the No. 22 overall pick in 2012. Weeden showed signs of being that guy last year, just not enough of them. He passed for 3,385 yards -- a franchise rookie record -- with 14 touchdowns, but there were too many moments when the game seemed to be moving much faster than Weeden, who may have been unfairly judged as part of an elite rookie QB class headlined by Robert Griffin III, Andrew Luck, Russell Wilson and Ryan Tannehill. Weeden was held to a standard he wasnt quite ready to reach. However, Weeden believes he grew from last year and is eager to show the Browns -- and prove to some skeptical Cleveland fans -- that hes ready to take a major step forward. "Its knowing what to expect," Weeden said earlier this week. "I didnt know anyone in the locker room (last year). I didnt know the routine. There are just so many unknowns. Now Ive been in it for a year, and I know how the weekly routine goes, and Ive got myself into a routine." Weeden seems to have the backing of Clevelands new coaching staff and an overhauled front office that didnt draft him. Although first-year coach Rob Chudzinski has not yet named Weeden his starter, the rifle-armed QB opened training camp with a leg up on Jason Campbell and Brian Hoyer, two experienced veterans who give the Browns quality depth in case Weeden falls on his face. So far, hes standing tall. Its his starting job to lose. The Browns have been impressed with the way Weeden immersed himself into learning Chudzinskis complex offence, which should better allow him to spread the ball around the field to his receivers. There was a perception last season that Weeden, who played four seasons of minor league baseball before going to college, wasnt a great student or hard worker. But that hasnt been an issue whatsoever as Weeden has shown a strong desire to improve and to lead. The Browns have spent months evaluating Weeden, and to this point, hes passed every test. "He has worked real hard and hes done everything that theyve asked him to do," CEO Joe Banner said. Mens Nike Air Max Flyknit Shoes Orange Blue Black. . "Hes got obviously a lot more work, but hes gotten in here and hes gotten a chance to progress on the mental aspect of the position, so I think everyone is encouraged on how hard hes working and how bad it seems he wants to do well." Weedens first day of training camp didnt start so well. He looked tentative on some early passes, forcing the ball into tight spots -- one of his issues last year. But he settled in, and before long, Weeden was threading completions all over the field, hooking up on long passes to wide receivers Greg Little, Davone Bess and Josh Gordon. "Im going to go out there with confidence," he said. "Im not going to be timid. Im going to go out there and play hard and leave it on the line and take the chances I did and always have. Im going to throw the ball and throw the ball in tight windows and trust my arm. Its hard to play this position when you are aiming throws and second-guessing throws. You have to play aggressive and be aggressive at all times." The change in Weeden has been noticeable to his teammates. "Brandons a workhorse," running back Trent Richardson said. "I had no problem with Brandon last year and I have no problem with him this year. All the guys are comfortable with him. Hes trusting us. Hes trusting himself. Hes making throws. Hes making corrections, and that first year was our first year. We put that behind us. Were not going to look back at that. "This years a whole other year. Brandon, man, hes fresh. Hes ready to go. Hes got that arm going and hes battling at the same time." Norv Turner agrees. Clevelands new offensive co-ordinator, who has a proven track record of developing young QBs, has been impressed by Weedens growth and sees his potential. Turner reeled off a list of quarterbacks -- Jim Everett, Gus Frerotte, Trent Green, Brad Johnson -- who blossomed under his tutelage and he feels Weeden may one day be added to that list. Turner said Weedens ability to make a big leap in his second year depends on a variety of factors. "Its totally based on No. 1, the guy, and then the situation he was in," Turner said, "and so many people get caught up in where a guy is. A lot of it depends on the situation hes put in, the offensive line, the playmakers around him, how good a defensive football team you have. Theres so many things that go into it. But I think Brandon is fortunate, hes had the experience of starting 15 games in this league, thats a plus when you start working with a player who hasnt played a lot. And then I think hes taken to what were doing. 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