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November 20, 2007 at 4:38 PM

Tuesday practice notes

Newly re-anointed to the starting quarterback job, Jake Locker looked back to normal while throwing passes and running around during the 25 minutes of practice open to the media Tuesday.
The team was not in pads, wearing helmets and sweats.
There were no players in red jerseys with Byron Davenport back out running again pretty well and LB Donald Butler also going through drills, though it was hard to tell exactly what his condition is.
Seven players appeared to be gold-jersey winners for their play against Cal — Jordan Reffett, Daniel Te’o-Nesheim, Darin Harris, Louis Rankin, Cody Ellis, Brandon Johnson and Anthony Russo. I say apparently because Russo wasn’t wearing a gold jersey (the others were) but did lead the team through calisthentics along with the others, usually a sign of inclusion in the Victory Club.
Today was our last access to UW practice for the week with the media schedule truncated due to Thanksgiving.

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