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March 30, 2010 at 4:23 PM

Early practice notes

Back from watching the first half hour or so of practice, letting my hands thaw out here in the media work room — baby it’s cold outside.
Here are a few notes:
Clarence Trent is wearnig No. 97 and working with the defensive line. I didn’t see him go through any plays — he may have and I just missed it — but he seemed to be getting a lot of instruction on the side.
Chris Polk is wearing red and running through some drills — remember, this is a no-pads day — but he obviously won’t do anything once contact starts. Injured DEs Everrette Thompson and Kalani Aldrich are doing conditioning work on the side.
Brandon Yakaboski is not doing any real work today as his return appears to still be a little ways away.
— The backup OL looked like this left to right — Daniel Kanczugowski, Scott Shugert, Greg Christine, Nick Wood, Mark Armelin.
— It looked to me like Alvin Logan was running as the No. 1 SLB.
— They were doing some kickoff work as I left and Jesse Callier and Deontae Cooper were among the returners. Also in that group were Jordan Polk, Devin Aguilar and Johri Fogerson.
— It looked like Cody Bruns was the first one up to do holding when they went to FG drills and Brendan Lopez the first snapper. There are two walk-on PKs here, holdovers Eric Guttorp and Houston Hubert but not one else on the roster listed as a punter other than Will Mahan.
Nick Montana and Keith Price were running the No. 2 offense, appearing to split reps. I didn’t see Montana make any throws early on, however, as they were just running through the plays up to the point of actually throwing the ball. No sign of Joe.
— Trent apparently will not be available to the media, falling under the “football newcomer” rule of being off limits for now. We have also been told that Jake Locker does not want to answer any additional baseball questions since his stance on that remains the same as it’s been from the start — football is first and he won’t do anything baseball wise that conflicts with football.
More later.

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