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August 17, 2007 at 4:31 PM

Afternoon update

Although there is very little to update.
The Huskies were in shoulder pads and shorts, so there wasn’t much activity in the portion we saw. Everybody looked able and accounted for.
Anthony Russo was again running routes and catching passes in the early warmups and looked good.
FB Paul Homer wore the gold jersey, as he had in the earlier practice.
OT Chad Macklin appears back to full strength, telling me earlier in the day his knee got “a little squished” during a short-yardage drill the other day, so he took it easy for a couple of days. But he said he’s good to go now.
Tyrone Willingham said a few players may not participate in the Saturday scrimmage, including Byron Davenport, Wilson Afoa and Russo.
As I wrote earlier, tomorrow will tell a lot from a personnel standpoint. I wouldn’t expect to see the entire playbook or anything, although it hasn’t been a secret since the day Jake Locker committed that the Huskies were going to use him as a runner quite a bit, so even if you don’t see that much tomorrow, you’re probably going to see that a lot come the season.

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