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Q&A: Levine Toilolo

Toilolo talks tight ends

After losing all of 2010 to injury, tight end Levine Toilolo came back last year and had a strong season as a member of the "Tree Amigos" tight end corps, alongside Coby Fleener and Zach Ertz. The Stanford offense made extensive use of three tight-end formations, with different players taking their turns in the spotlight.

All that might change this year, as Fleener departs for the NFL with no obvious replacement. The Bootleg caught up with Toilolo after practice last week, to get his thoughts on the spring so far and what the tight end group will look like in the fall. The Bootleg: How has the second session of spring practice been so far? Levine Toilolo: It's good. It's been great to get back out here through the...

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