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One snap and isolated thud after another, what felt like the longest period of Navy's first preseason football practice unfolded Wednesday.
Steve Johns was there when the shield punt was reborn at the major college level.
Navy kicker Jon Teague had an increasingly familiar sensation when he trudged away from Saturday's 21-20 loss to Rutgers.
It didn't matter if a dislocated elbow cost him nearly his entire senior season in high school.
"He couldn't have been any better than he was last week," Navy special teams coordinator Steve Johns said.
"I'm just excited to see who can do it," Johns said. "Out of seven, you ought to be able to find one who can be halfway decent. We're playing the odds there."