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DEs Lenard Williams (neck) and Adam Coerper (knee) both were fully suited up Monday and saw some action with the 1s. Williams, who took over for Coerper when he was injured Sept. 17 at San Diego State, saw the majority of the action with fellow DE Travis Long on the opposite side. Both players were unavailable to go during Saturday's 44-14 loss against Stanford, which seemed to hurt WSU's ability to attack the backfield and put pressure on standout quarerback Andrew Luck. Coerper looked like his knee wasn't bothering him much in his work against the scout team, and he was showcasing some speed off the edge. But he still isn't completely healthy and Wulff said he still hasn't determined whether Coerper will play Saturday against Oregon State. "He's moving around obviously better...
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