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July 29, 2011 at 8:40 AM

Friday links — Locker contract close, and other news

Some news on former Husky QBs leads it off today. …

— The Tennessean reports Jake Locker’s contract should be completed later today.

— The New York Jets, meanwhile, have cut former Husky Mark Brunell.

— In a podcast with TucsonCitizen.com, Jim Mora says there is “absolulely no doubt” the Huskies are going in the right direction and that there could be “BCS title games” in UW’s near future.

— Fanster.com picks UW to go 7-5 this season.

— The FootballOutsiders ranked Donald Butler No. 22 and Daniel Te’o-Nesheim No. 23 on their list of the top 25 young prospects in the NFL in an ESPN Insider piece.

Jon Wilner has more details on the Pac-12 Networks.

— SI.com’s Stewart Mandel wonders what is next for Pac-12 commish Larry Scott.

— CBSSports.com examines how the deal for the Networks came together.

— Former Husky Charles Mincy is serving as an intern for the Seahawks during training camp.

John Canzano of The Oregonian says more teams need to step up to make the Pac-12 Networks watchable.

— ESPN.com says USC and Stanford will have the most NFL prospects among Pac-12 teams this season.

All for now.

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