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Davis said he was preparing for "best-case scenarios" during his weekly news conference Monday. But by Thursday's practice, he said the team was making "contingency plans for a variety of different things."
"We've kind of pressed our players to be prepared, practice, study film and prepare yourself as if you're going to start the game this week," he said. "Although Marvin obviously won't play in this particular ball game, we've made preparations for other guys to practice and to get practice reps."
Little had 62 catches for 724 yards and five touchdowns, all team highs, last season while developing into a go-to receiver for starting quarterback T.J. Yates.
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