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Report: Cassel gets the nod... then again maybe not

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The never-ending game of musical quarterbacks is still being played at Winter Park.

Matt Cassel. Christian Ponder. Matt Cassel. Christian Ponder. Cassel. Ponder. Conder. Passel. Wait... we're so confused!

Let's slow this bad boy down. On Wednesday, Leslie Frazier said Christian Ponder is the starting quarterback as long as he's healthy. Here's Ben Goessling's take...

Adam Schefter of ESPN is going with Cassel as the guy.

Typically, the guy that starts takes the first-team reps in practice, and it was reported yesterday that Cassel was getting those valuable reps. More of the same today.

The only thing we know for sure is that Josh Freeman isn't starting.

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