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first_img Top Stories Massie started the process of proving himself last weekendin the rookie-only minicamp, and is now looking forwardto testing his skills against the team’s best defenders.“I’m kind of anxious,” Massie said. “I want to block theDarnell Docketts and, they’ve got a lot of good defensiveends there I’m just ready to compete with.”How Massie fares in OTAs and training camp will go a longway towards determining whether or not he opens the seasonas a starter. The team has a need at right tackle, and the6-foot-6, 316-pounder from Mississippi could be exactlywhat the team needs.Knowing that, Massie is preparing as if he’s going to geta significant amount of playing time this season. Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Comments   Share   D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’last_img read more

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