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J-Shun Harris II (knee) has nearly returned to full health after being dealt his second ACL tear prior to the 2016 season, Sam Beishuizen of Yahoo! Sports reports. "Getting healthier," said head coach Tom Allen of Harris. "We've still not released him full, but he's out there during skelly. No live contact, but he's progressing. I'm pleased with his progress for sure. Obviously he's not 100 percent yet or he'd but out of the blue jersey, but he's getting closer." Read More »
Isaac Griffith (knee) has decided to end his football career, Mike Miller of The Herald-Timed reports. Read More »
Antwan Dixon (illness) hopes to eventually rejoin the football team after undergoing a successful bone marrow transplant in April, Allen Moff of the Record-Courier reports. Read More »
Quartney Davis (knee) participated in Texas A&M's spring game, hauling in two passes for 22 yards and a touchdown, Gigem247 reports. Read More »
Randrecous Davis – who received a medical redshirt during 2016 for a hamstring injury – missed most of spring practice due to a sports hernia, Hale McGranahan of SEC Country reports. "The biggest thing with Randrecous is getting healthy," wide receivers coach Bryan McClendon said before the start of spring practice. "The guy has kind of dealt with something ever since he's been here, but he does have a bunch of ability. He's a guy that's extremely quick. Does well after the catch and things like that." Read More »
Derek Brown made the switch to defensive end to finish out his career at Rice. Read More »