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Topic - Clifton Ryan
St. Louis Rams defensive tackle Clifton Ryan returned to practice Friday, the latest step in recovering from migraine headaches that kept him out of two games.
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Ryan, 26, said he has been bothered by migraines "off and on" since he was 18.
"If it happens, it's happens," Ryan said. "I can't worry about the migraines. I've been out for three weeks and we've won two games. We've got some things rolling. My main thing is I want to be a positive asset to the team."