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Friday, September 19, 2008

Warriors in the Pros: Ice, Brick, LaBoy, Ash

Isaac Sopoaga led his 49ers teammates in a haka after Friday's practice.
The 49ers finished practice Friday with defensive tackle Isaac Sopoaga leading the players in the haka, a New Zealand warrior chant. Sopoaga, who grew up in American Samoa, said it's been a couple of years since the players did the chant, but he asked Nolan if he could revive it and the coach consented.
From the same article, Jeff Ulbrich will continue to share playing time at the "ted" linebacker position with Takeo Spikes.

Travis LaBoy is questionable for this Sunday's game against the Redskins due to a sprained ankle.

Ashley Lelie, who leads Raiders wide receivers with four receptions, talks about the receivers making the most of their limited opportunities.
Lelie said a shortage of opportunities hasn't been an issue and the Raiders must take advantage of single coverage while Miller draws more attention. The Raiders haven't passed often, gaining just 212 yards combined in the first two games.

"The times we did pass we didn't connect," Lelie said. "Quarterbacks and receivers have to get on the same page."


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