Breaking: Ahmad Bradshaw leaves team

One important player was absent as Army opened its first practice with classes in session.

Junior quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw, who started seven games in 2015 and ran the first-team offense at a preseason scrimmage Saturday, is no longer on the team and is leaving West Point.

Army coach Jeff Monken said Bradshaw wasn’t at practice Tuesday because, “he had some administrative stuff for something on campus.”

West Point’s junior class confirmed their intentions to complete the next two years at the academy and serve five years of active duty following graduation during an affirmation ceremony Sunday. Cadets have until the first class of their junior year to decide if they are staying at West Point or leaving.

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