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OSU DAY 11: Injury bug, LBs draw Riley praise

OSU DAY 11: Injury bug, LBs draw Riley praise

CORVALLIS - It’s Day 11 here at the Beavers’ fall camp, where receiver Richard Mullaney just can’t seem to shake that injury bug. Meanwhile, linebackers Jabral Johnson and Michael Doctor were particularly impressive in coverage.

During the full team drill, Richard Mullaney and a defender got tangled up and fell to the turf, except Mullaney stayed down. He sat on the field, punched the turf in apparent frustration, and had to be helped off by the training staff, who appeared to be looking at his ankle. He didn’t try to put much weight on it, and he left the practice field on crutches. It’s been a rough week for Mullaney...

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