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Tight end Visanthe Shiancoe is one of them.
"I think everybody is going to be a beneficiary. Whoever is open is going to get the ball," Shiancoe said. "If it's the first read to the fourth read, he's going to read it down. If you're the fourth read, you still have to run your route like you're going to get the ball because the ball sure enough might come."
Berrian was listed as being limited in practice Wednesday and Thursday on the official injury report. He said he feels comfortable enough for now with both the strength of his hamstring and the timing with Favre.
They should be good for each other.
"It could also backfire," Berrian said. "It could always go wrong. You never know. We could not work well together or something like that. You never know what will happen. As long as we're taking care of business out here and bring it to the game, we'll be fine."
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