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October 17, 2006 at 4:32 PM

Goldson limping

There was a lot of media but really not a lot of news from Montlake today.
In fact, UW coach Tyrone Willingham decided not to conduct his normal pre-practice media briefing today, saying he didn’t have anything more to add than what he had said on Monday about the QB situation.
What we got about that, I reported in the post earlier on Jake Locker.
The 25 minutes of open practice revealed one possible noteworthy development as Dashon Goldon was noticeably limping and appeared to be not running full speed. Goldson re-injured the same ankle Saturday that he has had trouble with all year. He came back into the game and played the second half, however, and Willingham said Monday he would be fine for the game.
RB Kenny James (stinger) and LB Trenton Tuiasosopo (hand) were in red but James said he’s fine.
Also, LT Ben Ossai appeared to have his left hand in a wrap but he wasn’t wearing red.
The victory club, as might be expected, was small this week. The only members were James and linebackers Dan Howell and Scott White.

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