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Mid-way progress report - Linemen

As with Jake Locker, Juan Garcia is an indispensable member of the Washington offense. Jake may be the quarterback of the offense, but Garcia is the quarterback of the offensive line. His calls and his checks and what he sees can be just as critical as what Locker calls at the line of scrimmage.

That's why it's been very encouraging lately to see Garcia, who gave up a chance to become a free agent in the NFL to take advantage of a sixth year of eligibility with the Huskies, in full pads. The Lisfranc injury he sustained near the end of spring practice was a devastating blow to the offense, who just weren't the same when he went down. Physical rehabilitation is a road Garcia has been... Recommended Stories

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