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Vernon Adams  placed a knee onto Eastern Washington’s red turf, grabbed a football and proceeded to fire short, quick passes to Miles Richardson, his friend and former backup quarterback. Behind the former two-time Walter Payton Award candidate hung a poster-like banner of Adams and his laundry list of accolades. He was recently back at Roos Field giving a helping hand at EWU Pro Day, catching up with old teammates and coaches before reporting to the Canadian Football League’s Montreal Alouettes next month.
Vernon Adams placed a knee onto Eastern Washington’s red turf, grabbed a football and proceeded to fire short, quick passes to Miles Richardson, his friend and former backup quarterback. Behind the former two-time Walter Payton Award candidate hung a poster-like banner of Adams and his laundry list of accolades. He was recently back at Roos Field giving a helping hand at EWU Pro Day, catching up with old teammates and coaches before reporting to the Canadian Football League’s Montreal Alouettes next month.
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Q&A: Catching up with former EWU and Oregon quarterback Vernon Adams

UPDATED: Sun., April 21, 2019, 9:45 p.m.

Vernon Adams placed a knee onto Eastern Washington’s red turf, grabbed a football and proceeded to fire short, quick passes to Miles Richardson, his friend and former backup quarterback. Behind the former two-time Walter Payton Award candidate hung a poster-like banner of Adams and his laundry list of accolades. He was recently back at Roos Field giving a helping hand at EWU Pro Day, catching up with old teammates and coaches before reporting to the Canadian Football League’s Montreal Alouettes next month.