A sunny day at Husky Stadium as the team hit the field at 4 p.m. (that’s a few players during an early kickoff drill to the right).
The team, as you can see, is in half-pads, so not a full-contact practice today.
Most noteworthy of personnel news was Jesse Callier sitting out practice with his left leg in a brace. Looks to be a knee injury of some sort. None of us remember Callier getting hurt on Tuesday so not sure when or how it happened — or what the injury is. We’ll find out more after practice.
Jordan Polk and D’Andre Goodwin were back, as was Nate Fellner, who sat out much of Tuesday’s practice.
Otherwise, didn’t see anything else out of the ordinary personnel-wise.
As mentioned Tuesday, the Huskies shook up the offensive line a little bit during that day’s practice. But it looked the same as it has been throughout the spring during the early drills today — the usual five starters at the same spots, and the usual five backups. That means Senio Kelemete at LT, Ryan Tolar at LG, Drew Schaefer at C, Mykenna Ikehara at RG and Skyler Fancher at RT.
One visitor to practice was Jim Nevelle, the starting center on the 1992 and 1993 teams and a key backup on the OL for the ’91 national title team. He’s now the CEO of Sorrento Networks in Denver, but was in town for a meeting and stopped by practice.
April 22, 2010 at 4:29 PM
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