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    Missouri junior defensive end Marcell Frazier, who feels more comfortable and is in better shape than last summer, is ready for a bigger role as the heir apparent to Walter Brady's starting spot. He talked about the opportunity and the progress he's made during the offseason Sunday during Fan Appreciation Day at Memorial Stadium in Columbia.

Missouri junior defensive end Marcell Frazier, who feels more comfortable and is in better shape than last summer, is ready for a bigger role as the heir apparent to Walter Brady's starting spot. He talked about the opportunity and the progress he's made during the offseason Sunday during Fan Appreciation Day at Memorial Stadium in Columbia. tpalmer@kcstar.com
Missouri junior defensive end Marcell Frazier, who feels more comfortable and is in better shape than last summer, is ready for a bigger role as the heir apparent to Walter Brady's starting spot. He talked about the opportunity and the progress he's made during the offseason Sunday during Fan Appreciation Day at Memorial Stadium in Columbia. tpalmer@kcstar.com

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