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SEKOPE KAUFUSI

PULLMAN—The number of walking wounded continued to grow on Monday during practice, with a starting wide receiver turning an ankle. The Cougs did, however, get a couple of players long on the injured list back for the full pad session.

But full pads notwithstanding, there wasn't a whole lot of hitting going on -- the Cougs went inside the IPF to keep out of the wet weather conditions. Senior safety Chima Nwachukwu (hamstring, neck) and LB Mike Ledgerwood (neck), both former starters, returned full speed to action. Ledgerwood, who looks to have fully recovered from a stinger, hopped in with the 1's at the WIL, joining MLB C.J...

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