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  • Thomas, who performed light shooting and walkthrough drills yesterday, said Tuesday night his heart is fine, but his sore sternum has forced him to take it slowly.

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  • He said Arenas, whom the team cleared two days ago to resume light noncontact work after his November knee surgery, "didn't do anything in practice today.

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