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October 26, 2010 at 6:36 PM

Tuesday practice notes

A few quick notes from practice. …
— The Huskies were outside in a steady rain, the weather predicted for Saturday, as well, and worked in full pads. Jake Locker took part in the early portion but again sat out the team drills — similar to the last two weeks. Nothing really different than what would be expected, and everyone says he will play, so just more precautionary to keep him out of the team stuff, when he would be most at risk of getting run into. Keith Price and Nick Montana took the snaps in that part of practice.
— WR Devin Aguilar took part in all of the team drills and looks on his way to returning to prettty regular play. He worked with the first team with Jerrmaine Kearse and D’Andre Goodwin as James Johnson still appeared a bit limited, though Johnson did get some work.
— DL Cameron Elisara sat out and defensive coordinator Nick Holt said later that he doesn’t expect Elisara to play this weekend. With Talia Crichton also out, that has UW again shuffling the line a bit. Everrette Thompson is back out to an end spot with Hau’oli Jamora on the other side, and Alameda Ta’amu and Sione Potoa’e at tackles. Holt said he expects Potoa’e to start, making him the seventh true freshmen to start a game this season, fourth on defense (others being Jamora, Garret Gilliland and Princeton Fuimaono).
— Holt also said Victor Aiyewa is expected to return to starting status, so the linebackers should be back to the former alignment with Mason Foster back to weakside. He moved to SLB last week with Fuimaono moving in at the WLB spot.
— Holt also said Will Shamburger suffered a concussion in the UA game, the reason he has yet to practice this week. It’s unclear if he will be back.
Johri Fogerson was again out and seems unlikely to return this week.
I’ll have more from Holt a little later.

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