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October 19, 2010 at 7:20 PM

Tuesday practice notes — Locker again limited

The Huskies are off the field after their Tuesday practice, and like last week, Jake Locker watched a lot it from the sideline.
UW coach Steve Sarkisian doesn’t meet with the media on Tuesdays, but said quickly as he walked off that the reason was “the same as last week,” — meaning, resting Locker to let his body heal.
Last week, Locker was recovering from a thigh bruise. He also appeared to take a hard hit to the left shoulder late in the OSU game, though Locker said Monday that he felt fine and had no lingering issues.
Locker participated in individual drills, but like last week, when practiced shifted to the 11-on-11 portion, he sat out and let backups Keith Price and Nick Montana take all the snaps.
Sarkisian also said that DE Talia Crichton will have his knee scoped on Friday and will be out 2-3 weeks.
Otherwise, there was no new injury news. WR Devin Aguilar practiced and did work in the team drills. RB Johri Fogerson also practiced but was confined almost solely to individual drill work, indicating he’s not as close to returning.
However, Erik Kohler participated in all of practice and appears on the road to recovery. He worked almost solely with the second unit at right tackle.
In fact, much of the second-team OL had a different look as it usually consisted of Kohler at RT, Daniel Kanczugowksi at right guard, Mykenna Ikehara at center, Nick Wood at left guard, and Cody Habben at left tackle, with Skyler Fancher rotating in at LT, as well.
The first OL remains the same as last week.
This was also the day we get a chance to talk to UW defensive coordinator Nick Holt and I’ll have those quotes up shortly.

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