Q&A with Jacoby Ford on his return from injury

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Pos: WR   Height: 5-9   Weight: 175   Hometown: Royal Palm Beach, FL (Cardinal Newman HS)  
Years Played: 2006 - 2009

Raiders.com Q&A with Raiders receiver Jacoby FordJacoby Ford
Wide Receiver
#6 5-9, 175
Royal Palm Beach, FL

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on his return to practice after breaking his hand.

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Q: How did you feel out there?
Ford: It felt good; it felt good to be back out there running around.

Q: Is this about how long you thought you would be out?
Ford: We just kind of played it day-by-day honestly. They kept asking me how I felt, and I was giving them positive feedback so they just said they would see what I could do and take it easy today and that’s what I went out there and did.

Q: Did the fact that it wasn’t a lower body injury kind of mean you could just go practice and just go?

Ford: Yeah it definitely was a good thing that I was able to keep my legs in shape. I’m thankful that it wasn’t anything in my lower body, so I was able to stay in shape by running with Darren during practice and we were able to hit the ground running when we got back.

Q: Are there any issues with your hand when you catch the ball?
Ford: It felt fine; I didn’t feel anything at all so that’s definitely a good sign.

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