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Ray Edwards vs. Phil Loadholt

Ray Edwards had some good practice battles against Phil Loadholt when he played for the Vikings. Edwards now lines up for the Atlanta Falcons, and he'll meet Loadholt in a game for the first time when the Vikings play the Falcons Sunday.
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Ray Edwards had some good practice battles against Phil Loadholt when he played for the Vikings. Edwards now lines up for the Atlanta Falcons, and he'll meet Loadholt in a game for the first time when the Vikings play the Falcons Sunday.

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