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August 14, 2007 at 7:11 PM

Tuesday P.M. update

The Huskies conducted what was apparently one of their most intense sessions of the camp this afternoon, likely including a lot of scrimmaging.
The Huskies were on the field for about two-and-a-half hours, and UW coach Tyrone Willingham called it “a good session for us.”
Even better, sounds as if there were no new significant injuries.
Several players are still out, however, including DT Wilson Afoa and CB Byron Davenport.
Davenport has now been limited to only conditioning work for a week while nursing a hamstring injury and Willingham said it could be starting to affect his potential readiness for the season.
“Obviously he needs the work,” Willingham said. “Having him miss practice is not a good thing for him or the team.”
In the good news department, PK Erik Folk appears to be recovering from the back spasms that held him out for a while. Willingham said he handled some kickoffs again today and appears to be able to do a little more each day.
Willingham also confirmed that walk-on RB Brandon Mezistrano of Newport High in Bellevue has elected to leave the team.

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