Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
LSU coach Ed Orgeron said Tuesday that star pass rusher Arden Key has still not be cleared for physical contact after he visited his personal doctor this week. Per The Advocate:

Key, recovering from May shoulder surgery, was not cleared for contact during a visit to his personal doctor this week, Orgeron said. He remains doubtful, it would seem, to play in the Tigers’ Sept. 2 game against the Cougars in Houston.
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Nobody will I come he didn't have surgery during the whole spring he was off for personal reasons?..why wait until the recovery period was going to extend into the regular season?
Reply50 months
Key is going to have an LF-type final year. He will probably only play sporadically.
Reply50 months
I can see Key coming back, but if he has any kind of minor injury problem afterwards, he'll shut it down.
Reply50 months
IDK. Maybe should have had the surgery after bowl game and not early summer?
Reply50 months
This is starting to make me nervous.
Reply50 months
I think we can probably consider his college career pretty much over.
Reply50 months
50 months
Don't laugh. When this much money is at stake, pulling a Clowney is definitely on the table.
50 months
Him not playing at all this season would kill his draft stock.
50 months
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