LSU tight end Jamal Pettigrew returned to practice on Monday for the first time since he had surgery in August to repair a torn ACL.

Pettigrew, a sophomore from New Orleans, LA (Saint Augustine) tore his ACL back in July during a non-contact workout. Fellow teammate Foster Moreau hinted last week that Pettigrew could return for LSU's bowl game this postseason.

Pettigrew played in all 13 games in 2017 as a redshirt freshman and was expected to have a larger role in LSU's offense this season as a backup to Moreau.

On the defensive side of the ball, safeties John Battle and Todd Harris were both at practice on Monday. Cornerback Kelvin Joseph, who missed Saturday's game vs Rice (hamstring) did not practice Monday.

Linebacker Patrick Queen continued to work with the outside linebackers at practice on Monday.

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