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May 14, 2012 at 8:15 AM

Monday links

It’s becoming the time of year in college football where real news can be scarce. That’s a way of noting that the daily morning links blog may not be quite as daily for a little while — or could fall to later in the day at times. Or, simply, not be quite as link-filled. But for this morning, there are a few things to pass along. …

— I’m sure an obvious question for many is how did things turn out for the former Huskies who were participating this weekend in tryout camps, such as Cort Dennison with the Raiders, E.J. Savannah with the Seahawks or Erik Folk with the Falcons. The easiest answer is that things went really well if they ended up signing. Unfortunately, at the moment I don’t see that any of them did sign contracts. NFL teams can have 90 players on their roster, and most will have tryout camps at which they invited 30 or so, but usually having room to sign only a couple. Here’s a story, for instance, that details Atlanta’s signees from its camp, and its roster situation.

Danny Shelton finished ninth in the shot put at the Pac-12 Track and Field championships over the weekend at 49-05.75. He was the only UW football player to participate.

— ESPN.com’s Pac-12 blog is offering spring reviews for every team in the conference today. Here’s its entry on UW.

— Portland State became the last UW opponent of 2012 to wrap up spring football. Its Spring Game Saturday included five turnovers.

— Opposing Views debates potential breakout stars in the Pac-12 this season. They also debate the Pac-12’s most intriguing teams.

— Pacific Takes has updates on some of the top recruits on the West.

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