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2004 Draft Prospect Interview: Chris Lewis

After a tumultuous senior season, Chris Lewis knows what it is like to face adversity. In fact, it is these hard times that the former Stanford signal caller feels will assist his transition to Pro football. Lewis will have his first chance to prove he belongs today, March 10th, at his Cardinal Pro Day.

Chris Lewis, a five year senior coming off the back of a frustrating and injury ridden junior season, was benched during an ineffective performance in this year's season opening 31-10 victory over San Jose State. His replacement Troy Edwards came off the bench to lead the team to 31 straight points, effectively cementing his role as the Cardinals starting quarterback. Lewis, though, is typically...

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