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Pre-Spring Q&A - Johnny Nansen

Johnny Nansen (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

Dawgman.com spoke with Washington Defensive Line Coach Johnny Nansen on the eve of UW's spring football campaign, and he updated us on all his players, as well as what Husky fans should look to from the DL as they come together the next 15 practices.

Kalani Aldrich: "We're still waiting on him, as far as getting cleared for his knee. I don't know. We still haven't heard. We'll know in a week or so his status. It's a painful deal. Speaking from experience myself, if it doesn't work out for the kid, he's going to be successful in life. But if he makes it back, he's got a long, long way to climb. He was limited all through the year. As...

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