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Shaun O'Hara, 10.13.10

Q: How are you feeling and what did you do and what are you thinking?

A: I feel pretty good. I did individual. I think the one thing that we're trying to do is just not do too much the first day, and really we're just kind of hoping for the best and hope it feels the same tomorrow.

Q: You were encouraged last week before you tried running, and then it did not go well. You're encouraged today more so I would guess?

A: Yeah. It felt better today than it did last week. I think everything I did today, nothing really was too painful. I think that's what we're hoping happens tomorrow, hoping it stays the same.

Q: What did they have you do today?

A: I just did some individual and took a couple snaps.

Q: Can you run? Have you really tested it or not quite yet?

A: I mean I'm not doing any sprints. Luckily they're not making me do the conditioning test. So I feel pretty comfortable that I can do all the things I need to do within my offensive line box.

Q: Are you going to try to practice tomorrow?

A: That's the plan. Yeah, I think so. We'll see. We'll see how it feels tomorrow.

Q: Is playing this Sunday realistic?

A: I hope so. Otherwise, what the hell am I doing out here?

Q: Well I mean if it takes a week or two...

A: I mean it's taken longer than I would have liked so I'm pushing.

Q: Is it just a pain tolerance thing right now?

A: Well right now, that's pretty much - I've been dealing with it since day one. So I think we feel pretty comfortable that we've really toned things down and quieted things down. So now we're just kind of waiting to see how it responds.

Q: Did the cortisone thing not work last week?

A: I mean it's definitely helped. It's felt better now than it's ever felt. So that's why I'm out here trying.

Q: So are you anxious to see how you feel tomorrow morning?

A: Yeah. Hopefully it'll feel the same tomorrow, and we can go from there.