LSU Sports - Chris Parent (@chrisparent)
LSU was back on the practice fields Monday afternoon and several key players returned to action after missing time early in camp.

Starting quarterback Joe Burrow was back out there with his teammates after missing last Friday's practice and Saturday's scrimmage with a minor injury.

Tight end Jamal Pettigrew and wide receiver Trey Palmer both practiced for the first time of fall camp on Monday as both have been dealing with pre-camp injuries. Wide receiver Devonta Lee also returned after missing time last week.

On the defensive side of the ball, Kristian Fulton, LSU's starting cornerback also returned after missing most of fall camp. Starting defensive lineman Rashard Lawrence returned Monday as well.

Defensive lineman Nelson Jenkins, defensive end Neil Farrell, and cornerback Mannie Netherly also returned on Monday.

Safety Grant Delpit and outside linebacker K'Lavon Chaisson were both missing on Monday and did not practice last week or participate in LSU's scrimmage.

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