UNC's Edwards anxious to get back on the field

had a plan for when Edwards returned to football practice Monday. But North Carolina's linebackers coach never got a chance to implement it. "I was going to ease him into it, but I looked out there and he had thrown himself out with the first team," Thigpen said. "I was going to ease him out there, and the next thing I know he's already out there. They called the ones out, and he sprinted out there on the field." (Durham Herald-Sun)

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