The depth of the defensive line has been questioned particularly with Tonio Celotto, 6-3, 270, suffering a concussion and being about 35 pounds lighter than he was during spring workouts. However, Celotto is confident he can regain the ground he lost.
A healthy and strong Celotto would give all Duck fans reason to breathe easier as Oregon prepares to face the University of Washington on Aug. 30.
Last season Celotto had 16 tackles (10 solo) including four tackles for loss, plus a pass break up, pass deflection and quarterback hurry all in 11 games played.
Celotto back at practice
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