The annual Saturday night practice at Blakeslee Stadium usually signals the halfway point of training camp, and about 8,500 fans showed up for the two-hour workout.
"We've had tremendous support here, and our guys are working hard to make (the fans) proud," coach Leslie Frazier said.
The practice lacked much for fireworks. The best passing plays came from fourth-stringer McLeod Bethel-Thompson, who connected long with Devin Aromashodu and hit Bryan Walters in the corner of the end zone from 25 yards.
Christian Ponder found Percy Harvin with a short touchdown pass, with Harvin making a diving catch at the goal line. Joe Webb lobbed a pass into the corner of the end zone to Allen Reisner.
Rookie kicker Blair Walsh was 7 of 8 on field goals, with the final one coming from about 52 yards.
The biggest negative was rookie Greg Childs suffering a knee injury near the end of practice. He was twisting to make the catch, but he came down and immediately grabbed his knee, screaming in pain.
Frazier said he like some of the defensive work on third-down plays, and he thought the offense ran the ball well.
"Christian showed some poise out there," Frazier said. "He had some adversity, and he responded the right way.