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Lee-Odai out with broken finger

Just when senior wide receiver Emani Lee-Odai started playing well, he attempted to block a punt in practice today and suffered a compound frature to his pinkie. Coach Ralph Friedgen said he will undergo surgery.

"Hopefully we can get him back to play special teams," Friedgen said. "We will miss him if he is out for a while."

By Eric Prisbell  |  August 17, 2010; 9:12 PM ET
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