"Not having the whole offseason hurts guys like [Perry] Riley," Haslett said. "They don't get an opportunity to learn everything. That's probably one of the hardest spots to learn in this defense. There's a lot different combinations. It takes time to learn to play this defense. One minute you’re playing all the weak hooks the vertical stuff, one minute you’re playing all the three-receiver stuff, all the strong stuff. It takes a while." When asked if Riley would get a shot to work with the starters: "That’s up to coach Shanahan but right now we’d probably go with who we have unless something changes."John Keim's Practice Report. Looks like we can ink Rocky McIntosh in at RILB.