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Cardinal Injury Check-Up

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Before we can analyze what we saw Monday night in the opening practice of Stanford's 2007 preseason camp, we have to bring you up to speed on who was and was not on the field. There are a few new ailments to update, but also several who have healed since you last saw them hurt in the spring. Also two true freshmen have arrived with injury troubles, which we unhappily first report here.

Freshman kicker/punter David Green We'll get the bad news out of the way right out of the gate.  The nation's #1 kicker/punter recruit coming out of high school has been on the shelf for over a month with a bulging disc in his back. "They're not letting me do anything but rehab, so no kicking or punting," says Green of the doctors' orders.  "It's a big bummer." "It's not looking good," he...

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