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April 13, 2010 at 4:43 PM

Early practice notes

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Not a bad day for practice (team members are pictured at right during an early conditoning drill) as the Huskies begin their third week of workouts. A pretty small crowd on hand, which is maybe to be expected given a Tuesday afternoon and a lot of fans probably having already taken in a practice or two.
A lot of work early on special teams, particularly punt return and cover. The three deep snappers, in order, were Brendan Lopez, Kavario Middleton and Kimo Makaula. Lopez appears to have the upper hand on the snapping job heading into next fall.
IN OTHER NEWS. …
— WR D’Andre Goodwin remains sidelined with an injury suffered Thursday. I’ll try to get the details on that afterward.
Cody Bruns, missed all of last week with a concussion, is back in pads but wearing red. He was again doing holding during the early drills.
Nate Williams, who was limited Saturday with a head injury, is back in full pads.
— DE De’Shon Matthews, out last week with an Achilles injury, is also back in full pads and not wearing red.
— When the team did its early period of breaking down the plays without helmets, Chris Polk (who wears red and doesn’t do contact drills but does run through plays during the non-contact period), Deonate Cooper and Jesse Callier were all running with the No. 1 offense while Johri Fogerson and Demitrius Bronson (who appears to be getting snaps at both backfield spots) were with the backups. Not sure if that means anything as the tailbacks always just rotate so all get their work. But it was a switch from last week, when Callier and Cooper worked with the No. 2 offense during that drill.
— I didn’t notice any other personnel or lineup moves. Cameron Elisara, for instance, continued to run with the No. 1 defense at DE as he did last week and the rest of the lineup appeared as its been of late.
More after practice.

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