Andrew Quarless, Derek Sherrod and Frank Zombo are eligible to start practicing after Sunday's game,…
Tamba Hali off to slow start
"Great athlete, good player, knows how to punch his hands," Hali said of offensive tackle Michael Oher during a conference call. "He gets to the spot, forces you to make decisions, protects the inside very well, strong.
"Hopefully I'll be able to use what I was able to do in prior years, but this year is a little different. It will be interesting how he and I will match up for the entire game." Hali is off to a quiet start , but history suggests he'll rebound strongly. For his career, he has 54 1/2 sacks and 22 forced fumbles.
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