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Saturday, January 22, 2011

Duck Stuff: Morning Mud

Morning Mud
Rob Moseley reviews the efforts of the tight ends in 2010 and then looks ahead to 2011.

SPRING PRACTICE: The two guys in the spotlight will be Brandon Williams and Curtis White, as David Paulson simply needs to build on the progress he's already made. If Williams can make big strides absorbing the offense in April and then over the summer, he has the potential to be a major contributor as a senior in the fall. White will have a lot of people rooting for him, as the hometown star, but he's no sure thing for a big role in 2011, based on the guys in front of him and the fact that his practice participation was limited at times in 2010.

The East-West Shrine game is being televised today at 1pm local time and it looks like Jeff Maehl has been improving his NFL stock in practices.

John Hunt reminds everyone in Eugene today to join the fun at the Celebrating Champions parade. He includes a map of the exact route and the complete schedule of events.

Dale Newton continues his series on reloading the defense with a look at the secondary. It's an indepth article and a good read.


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