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Notes and observations from Monday's Johns Hopkins football practice
Notes and observations from Monday's Johns Hopkins football practice

Of the many losses on the offensive side of the ball for a Johns Hopkins football team that last season made its third straight playoff appearance and fourth in the last five years, perhaps no unit suffered more of a blow than the offensive line. Tackles Vincenzo Bonaddio and Armand Jenifer, left guard Kevin Quinn and center Ben Cranston graduated, leaving junior right guard Colin Egan as the only returning starter from last year’s front five. Restocking the offensive line is a priority for a Blue Jays program that has prided itself on running the ball. “Those losses are going to be devastating to some extent,” coach Jim Margraff said before Monday’s practice at...

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