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September 9, 2009 at 11:26 AM

Don James on KJR

If you want to know what Don James thought of the season opener, tune into KJR-AM 950 right now as he is on the Husky Honks show, which runs each Wednesday from 11 a.m.-noon. I think you can also listen to a replay later.
In the first section of the show, James was asked his general comments and said that “we are better. There’s no question about it.”
He added that “the receiver corps is better, the secondary is better, the defensive line and linebackers are better and the offensive line, I saw some holes and some runs. So I think they are better.”
He also said that “we know we have an experienced quarterback, if we can just keep him healthy.”
Asked more about Jake Locker he said “I always thought he was good. You go to practice, you know he is good. He’s a tough kid and wants to help the team win. But he’s had some really bad luck (with injuries).” He added that “you look at the quarterbacks we had fro 18 years (while he was head coach) he has not had that supporting cast.”

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