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Topic - Gunslinger
Brandon Turner wore shoulder pads and shorts to Navy's football practice Monday afternoon. It wasn't the full set of equipment nearly all of his teammates adorned. It was still a welcome step forward.
The large presence of Brandon Turner remained absent from Navy's preseason football practice Tuesday morning, one more day the Midshipmen were without their most experienced wide receiver.
"It comes with the territory," said Tate, who like Turner remained in Annapolis during his exile from practice. "You have to do your part. You have to be reliable. The team has to be able to depend on you, as well as the coaches. Everyone was depending on me to pass the PRT and I didn't, so that comes along with it."