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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

April 23, 2007 at 4:05 PM

Monday notes

Not a whole lot of news out of Montlake today as coach Tyrone Willingham met with the media before practice — meaning little had changed since the last time he met with us which was after the scrimmage on Saturday.
Healthwise, Willingham said he expected linebacker E.J. Savannah to return today after sitting out Saturday with a pinched nerve.
He said WRs Quintin Daniels and Anthony Russo could be out for the rest of the spring.
I talked with both receivers today and they said the same — that it is more important for them now to get healthy then rush back for the last few practices of spring. Russo suffered a hamstring injury and Daniels said he tweaked his knee after falling awkwardly when tackled.
Daniels said the injury is “possibly” related to the injury he suffered in 2004 that held him out of the 2005 season but that “I’ll be fine” by the time next season rolls around.
“It’s unfortunate that it happened, but I’d rather it happen now than during the season,” Daniels said.
Willingham said a review of Saturday’s scrimmage revealed that “it probably wasn’t as bad in some of the earlier parts as I thought. We just didn’t have all the execution that we needed. Some of the fundamental things we are starting to see, we just haven’t seem them in consistency yet.”
Willingham was also asked about the QB situation and said Jake Locker remains the No. 1 QB even though Carl Bonnell “has had a good spring.”
Asked whether it was tough to name Locker as the starter heading into spring, Willingham said “based on the fact that Carl was kind of gimpy, it was pretty easy.”

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