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Team has a workout for Petrowski

Apr 3, 2006 at 11:24 AM--


Matt Douthett of the Indiana Statesman reports that Indiana State tight end Jamie Petrowski has recently had a successful workout for scouts from the San Francisco 49ers. He did position drills and techniques for tight ends as well as catching passes. Petrowski said the biggest weakness he had was running a dig route, which is a route run across the middle of the field.



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