Q: Can you bump a recEIver before 5 yards?

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You subtract 1 yard from 5 yards to get 4 yards.

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5 miles is 8800 yards

5 yards

Answer: 5 miles = 8,800 yards = 3,520 yards more than 5,280 yards

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