Addison had been limited by some nagging injuries over the course of camp, as nearly everybody has. But he looked great today; he gets compared often to De'Anthony Thomas because of their all-purpose roles, but he's much more of a slippery, shifty runner, as opposed to Thomas' elite speed.
"I had a lot of fun out there today," Addison said. "I was just excited I got a chance to participate today."
■ Ryan Kostecka takes a look at the Oregon receiving corps compared to the rest of the Pac-12.
■ Jason Quick notes it's time for some decisions regarding the two deep, who redshirts and game planning for Nicholls St.
■ Sam Arney lists the five things he is looking forward to seeing in the first game.
■ Hayden Kim looks at Josh Huff's evolution to a team leader.
■ Ken Goe has a piece on head trauma in college football and the need to ensure the safety of the players.
■ Dale Newton profiles Avery Patterson and his long road back from an injury late last year.
Teammates marveled at the courage and determination he's shown in his comeback. All-league cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu told Gary Horowitz of the Statesman-Journal, “He’s looking good. Coming off an injury, he prepared to come back better than anyone I’ve seen.”