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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) - The Alabama A&M Bulldogs held their first scrimmage of fall camp on Saturday, running around 125 play at Louis Crews Stadium.  New Head Coach James Spady said the goal of the scrimmage was to stay healthy, and to get an idea of who he wants to take with him to Orlando for the team's opener against North Carolina A&T.

There were also a few position battles he had his eye on during the scrimmage.

"We've got to establish a tight end.  We've got to establish an offensive line.  I'll be honest with you, out offensive line hasn't practiced together for two days straight all camp," Spady said just minutes before the scrimmage began.  "There has been an injury here an injury there, or something.  So just to get a group of guys to preform as a cohesive unit, that would be a goal.  That would be a huge goal."

The Bulldogs have Sunday off before getting back to practice on Monday.