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Huskies preparing for rainy 'spring preview'

It's not the best of days, weather-wise, for Washington's "spring preview" this afternoon at Husky Stadium. A steady rain has been falling since I got in the car to drive over here, and the sky is decidedly overcast. Probably won't help attendance.

Regardless, there will be some sort of a practice/scrimmage/fan interaction hybrid on the field below us beginning at 1 p.m. In the meantime, here are things to read.

--- We wrote today about walk-on safety Brian Clay, who is motivated by his mother's battle with multiple sclerosis.

--- In case you somehow missed it yesterday, here is a rundown of Washington's new football uniforms.

--- Adam Jude writes about UW's young quarterbacks heading into the spring preview.

--- Ted Miller of ESPN.com ponders punishment options for Cyler Miles and Damore'ea Stringfellow, both of whom remain suspended indefinitely.

--- Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has been mentoring Keith Price as he prepares for the draft.

--- Pro Football Talk writes that Bishop Sankey knows running backs might not be valued as much as they used to be in the NFL.

--- Rob Rang evaluates Austin Seferian-Jenkins as a possibility for the Kansas City Chiefs.

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