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Shrine Game Practice Report: The East from Monday

The 2005 Shrine Bowl kicked off Monday afternoon with the East team taking the field for the first practice. Caoch Joe Tiller of Purdue brought two of the Boilermakers best offensive players, Kyle Orton and Taylor Stubblefield, to San Francisco for the week. With players from the SEC, Big Ten, and ACC conferences the East team figures to be well represented on draft day. Here is today's practice report.

While the East team has plenty of star power at the skill positions it was still a difficult test for a trio of signal callers today.  After a few passes Kyle Orton adjusted nicely and displayed  accuracy on both short and intermediate passes.  Unfortunately Orton struggled with the deep ball all day.  Ryan Fitzpatrick of Harvard also struggled with the bomb, though his passes rarely fluttered... Recommended Stories

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