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Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports
During the SEC Coaches Teleconference on Wednesday, Brian Kelly explained that wide receiver Malik Nabers will continue to work at punt returner, along with safety Sage Ryan and others.

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Dickses21 months
Two words:Trey Palmer!!
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cajunmud21 months
Remember Chase all of a sudden got stone hands at the start of the Bengals season last year. Mark this as his lowest low...now it's about getting on to those high highs.
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3PieceSpicy21 months
Comparing Chase and Nabers is a huge stretch mate
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If I remember right Chase had problems in the preseason and/or camp, but when the lights came on and the games counted they went away.
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Dr. Morgus21 months
Bring those elbows in son, stop trying to catch it like a puss with just your hands
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how33321 months
Sure, one week of practice will make a big difference. hehehe
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LatinTiger3021 months
I respect that! Come back to your tops guys. It tells them that your head coach still believes in you.
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chefdon21 months
lot of fair catches coming
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BlackPot21 months
Both muffs were on fair catches. Oof
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PureBlood21 months
Maybe make Polian shadow staff and bring in a real ST coach
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Vastmind21 months
Matt Langlois
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LSUBogeyMan21 months
I’ve seen a lot of drunk people catch punts from the ball machine at Saints games. It’s all in his head.
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CanebreakCajun21 months
Maybe it was playing indoors?
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BadaBingBadaBoom21 months
Should be easier indoors
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MojoTigerBalls21 months
It was probably the high winds and rains in the Superdome.
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Lights fool.
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