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LSU linebacker Michael Divinity Jr. tweeted out the following message about his return to the team on Monday:


Divinity left the team due to "personal reasons" during the week of the Alabama game two weeks ago and had prevously been held out of three games earlier in the season due to a "coach's decision."

It's unknown as to when and if Divinity will play, but being back with the team and practicing is a step in the right direction for the senior defender.

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18 Comments
I’m happy for him and he should come back, behave, and try to grab himself a ring.
Reply23 months
So they raided the kids cancer fund again, to give him the raise he wanted.
Reply23 months
Why not just change his number and put him in there against the Haggies!
Reply23 months
Weed vs championship run and an NFL payday...... C’mon man
Reply23 months
Pee clean!
Reply23 months
Maybe he had something against Trump and the Rebels? lol
Reply23 months
Yea that Ole Miss game got his phone ringing
Reply23 months
Wants a part of that championship ride.
Reply23 months
It was dumb he left.
23 months
Are you fricking kiddin me? Just let him play geeked up or not
Reply23 months
Welcome back, lord knows we need u back on this defense.
Reply23 months
He can practice against Arkansas.
Reply23 months
After giving up 500 yards they overlooked whatever he did and called him back
Reply23 months
Yup. Definitely need some help at LB
23 months
Well did he or didn't he have air conditioning?
Reply23 months
Hopefully back by the Aggie game.
Reply23 months
Very happy for this young man.
Reply23 months
Cautiously optimistic
Reply23 months
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