3 Oregon football players hospitalized

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Three Oregon players were hospitalized as a result of strength and conditioning workouts on campus last week following the team's holiday break, according to Andrew Greif of The Oregonian.

The three players, offensive linemen Doug Brenner and Sam Poutasi, and tight end Cam McCormick, remain in fair condition at the PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center following their hospitalization, according to a hospital spokeswoman.

The school released a statement on behalf of the athletic department Monday to address the incident.

"The safety and welfare of all of our student-athletes is paramount in all that we do," the statement reads. "While we cannot comment on the health of our individual students, we have implemented modifications as we transition back into full training to prevent further occurrences."

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