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Kenny Britt is once again healthy and participating in minicamp. Once he hit the field, Britt's work ethic impressed his position coach.

"We had him out there (Tuesday) and he had two, three catches and did a good job running his routes,'' Graves said. "He runs good routes. His technique is something I was surprised at, him coming in as a rookie and how he does things. He is very strong."

Saturday is Ray Rice day in New Rochelle, with the purpose of giving back to the local youth sports community in NR.

Several future Scarlet Knights will be playing in the Delaware Blue-Gold game on Saturday.

SK.com put out new expansion pictures on Monday.

Frank Edgerly, who was RU's director of recruiting operations last fall for two weeks before backing out, has accepted a job with the New England Patriots.

Adam Zagoria predicts 13th place in the Big East for Rutgers basketball next year.

The Philly Inquirer had a long profile on Eddie Jordan recently.

Baseball's Jaren Matthews is playing in the Cape Cod League, a wood bat league which is one of the top showcases of future MLB talent. Matthews hit a home run yesterday.

There's been talk about Paul Gause playing football for Temple next year, but I haven't heard anything about New Rochelle's Geoff McDermott's plans recently. Turns out, he's working out for the Nets. Summer league over a chance at football?

Small internet service providers allege that ESPN is charging them excessive fees to carry ESPN 360.