DeVondre Seymour gets Dawg dad's tips 

August, 2, 2012
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ESPN 300 offensive lineman DeVondre Seymour (Suwanee, Ga./North Gwinnett) hesitated just a bit too long when asked how he does while practicing against his adoptive father, NFL All-Pro defensive end and former Georgia Bulldog Richard Seymour.

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Jim McIsaac/Getty ImagesDeVondre Seymour sometimes goes one-on-one with his father, Oakland Raider and former Bulldog Richard Seymour.
“We do sometimes go 1-on-1,” Seymour said. “It is pretty exciting when you get out there and go against him. We are about the same size. But going against a NFL player feels pretty good.”

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