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Mistral Raymond (Bruce Kluckhohn/US Presswire)

Mistral Raymond didn't start in his initial return to the field, but the safety was happy to be part of the defensive rotation seven weeks after suffering a partially dislocated ankle.

Mistral Raymond's comeback from a partially dislocated ankle on Sept. 23 took a big step forward Sunday. Raymond wasn't in the starting lineup, but he played almost as much as any other non-starter, getting 25 snaps, or playing in 40 percent of the defensive downs, in a rotation with starter Jamarca Sanford. "I didn't have any issues, which was a good thing," Raymond said of his ankle injury...

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