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Amini back at Practice

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Amazing news...

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It's....it's...it's all coming together.

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Rivera and his Jedi Mind tricks..

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Tolbert back as well

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Tolbert and amini? Great news

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Good news. I'm interested to see if Wharton stays on the left or shifts to the right side. I think Id rather keep Amini and let him keep progressing on the left since that is his spot for the foreseeable future.

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Good news. I'm interested to see if Wharton stays on the left or shifts to the right side. I think Id rather keep Amini and let him keep progressing on the left since that is his spot for the foreseeable future.

 

I was going to ask the same thing.  I also think they should keep Amini on the left and let Wharton with his experience move to the right and help out Bell.

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Armanti is practicing as well, I think that's everyone back now

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I'm willing to bet that Amini starts at LG and Wharton at RG and Williams sits his ass on the bench. 

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I'm willing to bet that Amini starts at LG and Wharton at RG and Williams sits his ass on the bench.

That's how it should be.

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I rather put him on the right side and see if that works.   We know Gross and Wharton works.. and to put it gently...Amini sucks.   Imo it's better to have 1 safe side and being able to shift the line to compensate than to have both sides be screwed.

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