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Lair, Jacobs attract attention at Gophers pro day

Eight Golden Gopher football players along with other players hoping to hear there name called during the NFL Draft worked at at the Gophers' pro day on Monday. U of M tight end Eric Lair and defensive end Anthony Jacobs did well in the physical drills and were called on for post-workout interviews.
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Eight Golden Gopher football players along with other players hoping to hear there name called during the NFL Draft worked at at the Gophers' pro day on Monday. U of M tight end Eric Lair and defensive end Anthony Jacobs did well in the physical drills and were called on for post-workout interviews.

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