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August 27, 2007 at 5:17 PM

Playing time for Bonnell?

Was listening to Tyrone Willingham’s weekly radio show when he dropped one of his biggest hints yet that the team may find ways to get some time for backup quarterback Carl Bonnell.
Asked a question about Bonnell, Willingham said “there are some things Carl will do before the year is over that may surprise some people. We’re eager to see what they both can do (Bonnell and Jake Locker) as coaches.”
I asked Bonnell the other day if he knew of plans by the coaches for him to get some playing time and he said no (though maybe that’s something he wouldn’t want to share anyway).
Willingham has often said he is not a “two-quarterback coach,” saying that he thinks it is particularly important for their to be one clear voice of leadership at that position. But maybe there are plans to figure out a way to get Bonnell a series or two here or there.
An intriguing thought, to be sure.

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