REED CITY \u2014 Jackson Miller has made some key contributions for the Reed City\u00a0football team in his previous varsity seasons and is anxious to do so again this fall. Miller and the Coyotes completed a week-long set of camps and workouts last week as they entered a down period for the next several days. Practices officially start on Sunday for the reigning district champs and six-time defending Central State Activities Association champions. He\u2019s earned all-conference honors in last year. Miller has been at guard the last two seasons, but is moving to tackle this year from a coach\u2019s decision. \u201cI\u2019ll probably see more one-on-one with people,\u201d he said. \u201cI\u2019ll see different assignments. Both (guard and tackle) are demanding.\u201d The Coyotes have gone 9-0 the last two regular seasons. The Coyotes lost in the regional final to Menominee but had two wins over Chippewa Hills, which lifted them to league and district titles. It\u2019s been a busy summer for Miller. \u201cI always do the extra stuff,\u201d he said, pointing to conditioning workouts, plus the Gladiator program where he and his teammates lift tires. Last week, the team dealt more with focusing on systems and plays, without shoulder pads, but with helmets. Weightlifting continues this week. \u201cI\u2019ve been weightlifting all summer,\u201d Miller said. The Coyotes hope to be strong again. \u201cOur offensive and defensive linemen are all coming back,\u201d Miller said. But once again, the target will be on the defending champions\u2019 backs. \u201cThey\u2019re always out to get us,\u201d Miller said.