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FALL CAMP: Rebuilding Rodgers

Junior inside receiver Richard Rodgers was as big as an offensive tackle this spring, and ran about as well as one, but over the past several months, he's rededicated himself to reclaiming the promise he held early in his career.

BERKELEY -- This spring, California inside receiver Richard Rodgers was the biggest he'd ever been. While former head coach Jeff Tedford wanted the 6-foot-4 athlete to get bigger in order to block defensive ends, just five months ago, he was too big. Rodgers played at 265 pounds as a freshman, and got over 270 as a sophomore. By this spring, he was 280 pounds, and running in sand. Rodgers has...

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