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August 10, 2010 at 6:06 PM

Huskies off the field

Just a quick entry to note that the Huskies are off the field for the day.
No new significant injuries. Quinton Richardson did not practice due to back spasms but otherwise everyone was available, though DEs Kalani Aldrich and Everrette Thompson remain limited. Sounds like the plan is that they will be eased in so they can get some significant work beginning in a week or so.
UW will be in half-pads (helmets and shoulder pads) tomorrow and Thursday and in full pads for the first time on Friday, per NCAA rules.
I’ll have a more complete report a little later.
UPDATE — And yes, I just completely forgot to mention earlier that Joe Montana and his wife Jennifer attended practice today. They were also at three or four in the spring, so not the first time they’ve been up here. And remember, they have another son, Nate, who is a backup QB at Notre Dame, so they wouldn’t be here all the time regardless.

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