Cassel's presence impresses
RIVER FALLS, Wis. -- This town lived up to its name Friday morning. A downpour pounded the Chiefs for two hours as first-year head coach Todd Haley tried to steer the team through a tough practice. River Falls was Water Falls, resulting in dropped passes, occasional fumbles and receivers who slipped on the wet grass.
But playing in the slop didn't slow Haley, who called out mistakes by players or shouted at them to do better. A fumble or a bad play by the offense resulted in a penalty: ...
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