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Laurence Maroney has the football at practice and isn't willing to give it up, at least to teammate Kevin Faulk during a drill aimed at preventing fumbling. Laurence Maroney has the football at practice and isn't willing to give it up, at least to teammate Kevin Faulk during a drill aimed at preventing fumbling. (Barry Chin/Globe Staff)
By Christopher L. Gasper
Globe Staff / September 12, 2008

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Embedded in Matt Cassel's memory from the last time he started a meaningful football game, way back on Nov. 24, 1999, when he quarterbacked Chatsworth High against Palisades Charter High in the third round of the Los Angeles City Invitational playoffs, is that he was at the helm of an offense that was able to run the ball. (Full article: 915 words)

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