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Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
After sitting out Saturday's scrimmage with a minor hand injury, LSU wide receiver Travin Dural was able to return to action and scrimmage with the team on Tuesday, according to Les Miles.

Coach Miles also added that wide receiver D.J. Chark continues to improve.

Chark, a 6-3, 187-pound junior from Alexandria, La. is expected to be the No. 3 wide receiver on the depth chart heading into the season opener on Sept. 3.

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Solo Cam93 months
Chark has been improving for 38 years now.
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GoldenAge93 months
Glad to see this. Kid has come in and put in the work when others have quit and now it's starting to pay off
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Schmelly93 months
DJ Chark has been improving since 1908
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bapple93 months
The Charknado is coming
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JustinT3793 months
Will be a stud...
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