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Thurmond the Motivator
Jamere Holland, Diante Jackson and LeGarrette Blount returned to the field today. Holland looked particularly rusty coming back for a sore quad, but was moving around fairly well. With the exception of Rory Cavaille, the Ducks are back at full strength at wide receiver.
Coach Chip Kelly mentioned that no word has come back from the NCAA Clearinghouse regarding the status of Cliff Harris and Justin Brown. No timetable was given for a verdict, though Kelly stated that both players have a chance of being ruled eligible for the upcoming year.
Tomorrow's practice starts at 2:00 p.m., and is open to the public, however no scrimmage is scheduled.
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