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Hands, body give Simmons chance

WR Jamarko Simmons (AP Images)

Jamarko Simmons, the undrafted rookie receiver from Western Michigan, is absorbing the experience of Donald Driver, James Jones and his mentor, Greg Jennings. The talent that allowed him to break Jennings' records at WMU has been apparent during OTAs.

The ball spirals toward Jamarko Simmons. A blink-of-an-eye moment before the ball gets to him, he raises his hands and the ball disappears. His grip on the ball is so firm that you're thankful he doesn't shake hands with the same power. At 6-foot-2 and 230 pounds, the wide receiver from Western Michigan provides an imposing target. As a junior, he hauled in 84 passes, which was nothing... Recommended Stories

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