LSU starting defensive end Rashard Lawrence made his return to practice on Monday for the first time since suffering an injury in the Texas game on September 7.

Earlier on Monday, head coach Ed Orgeron was hopefull Lawrence would be able to participate in individual drills but said he is "still a little gimpy."

Backup quarterback Myles Brennan and outside linebacker Michael Divinity, wide receiver Justin Jefferson, and fullback Tory Carter (gold non-contact) also returned to practice Monday after missing time last week.

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Malice: The desire of UT o-linemen to end Rashard's season. Failure: The result of UT o-linemen trying to end Rashard's season. Do heifers even have horns?
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Divinity?
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Thank you!
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