Albert Hollis has worked back from a devastating knee injury, and he is getting closer and closer to his goal of seeing the field. D.J. Shockley missed most of last season with an injury as well. Get a quick glimpse of both working their way back to health during Mat Drills."/>

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Two Wounded Dawgs on Their Way Back

<img src="http://media.TheInsiders.com/Media/Other/154001_cameraprofile.JPG"> <b>Albert Hollis</b> has worked back from a devastating knee injury, and he is getting closer and closer to his goal of seeing the field. <b>D.J. Shockley</b> missed most of last season with an injury as well. Get a quick glimpse of both working their way back to health during <b>Mat Drills.</b>

Albert Hollis was cleared for contact last spring, and he has been a leader during...

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