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February 28, 2011 at 7:49 AM

Monday morning links

Another edition dominated by the Combine. …

Danny O’Neil wraps up Jake Locker’s day. (Left this one off the first time).

—- NFL.com says Locker “had a phenomenal workout” on Sunday and is back in the first-round conversation. That Locker would do well in such a setting should obviously be no surprise to UW fans who watched him the last four years.

—- NFL.com analyst Charles Davis says “it was a very good day” for Locker.

— Yahoo.com calls Locker one of the day’s winners.

— Here’s a look at today’s schedule, which will include workouts by linebackers, including UW’s Mason Foster.

— A Detroit Lions’ beat writer says Foster would be a perfect fit for the Motory City.

— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller checks in on all the Pac-12 players at the Combine.

— I missed this a week or so ago, but Rivals.com recently noted how loaded the state of Washington is for recurits for the Class of 2012.

— A few UW 2011 opponents included on this Rivals.com list of teams that have work to do on their offensive lines.

All for now.

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