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Nick Patterson |
Published: Friday, December 9, 2011, 3:21 p.m.

Tarvaris Jackson practices fully again: "It feels good to have my arm strength back."

Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson isn't 100 percent, and he won't be again this season, but he is feeling a heck of a lot better this week than he has since injuring a pectoral muscle two months ago.

"It’s getting better and better each day," he said. ". . . It feels good to have my arm strength back."

One slightly more concerning injury note is that David Hawthorne sat out for a second straight day. He was well enough to play through a knee injury last week, so odds are he'll tough it out Monday, but if he can't go tomorrow that could be telling.

Didn't practice
LB David Hawthorne (knee)
DE Raheem Brock (calf)

CB Kennard Cox (hamstring)

QB Tarvaris Jackson (pectoral)
CB Byron Maxwell (illness)

Did not practice
QB Sam Bradford (ankle)
QB A.J. Feeley (R thumb)
DE Chris Long (ankle)
KR Quinn Porter (abdomen)
DT Fred Robbins (back)
FB Brit Miller (knee)

DE Eugene Sims (ankle)

T Mark LeVoir (chest)

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