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May 4, 2008 9:03 PM

A few Sunday links

Posted by Bob Condotta

As the headline says. ...

--- Seahawks concluded their mini-camp today and Anthony Russo was back on the field while Corey Williams wasn't, which obviously can't help his cause.

--- Not trying to pick on Marcel Reece, but sounds as if he had another tough day in camp with the Dolphins on Sunday, "dropping at least three passes,'' according to this report from the Miami Herald Dolphins blog.

--- Not only was Oregon State the last team in the Pac-10 to complete spring drills, but the last team in the country. Sounds as if Sammie Stroughter had another good day in OSU's spring game Saturday and that the Beavers might have found a kicker to replace the dreaded Alexis Serna, who made something like 1,590 FGs against UW the last four years. Somebody named Justin Kahut made kicks of 55 and 50 yards in OSU's spring game, according to this report in the Oregonian.

--- Never know what you might find when you Google Tyrone Willingham's name. Sunday, a search yielded this story from the San Jose Mercury News on Willingham having interest in a QB from Gilroy, Calif., named Jamie Jensen. UPDATE --- Here's his Scout.com profile.

All for now.

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