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The good, the bad, the question - TE and WR

The good, the bad, the question - TE and WR

BeaverFootball.com continues its pre-spring look with the good, the bad, the question - wide receivers and tight ends edition.

- Tight Ends - The good: Joe Newton's (pictured on the right) back and that should restore some confidence in the team's red zone scoring.  Newton's return also takes some pressure off the Matt Moore, the running game and the wide receivers.  He also opens up the play book allowing the offense to be more creative. Senior Jason Vandiver returns after catching 10 passes...

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