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Bryant wants "peace of mind"

ATHENS – Nearly a year and a half ago a current Georgia wide receiver was throwing balls rather than catching them.

But it didn't take long for A.J. Bryant to catch on that he would play faster, and likely better, as a receiver. Bryant moved to wide receiver for 2004's spring practice. When he enrolled in college early for the Dawgs' win over Purdue at the 2004 Capital One Bowl he was practicing at quarterback. "I've come a long way," Bryant said of his play at receiver. "I was floating out there, now I am...

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