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LSU offensive tackle Toby Weathersby, running back Darrel Williams, and defensive back Xavier Lewis all missed practice on Tuesday.

Running back Derrius Guice and defensive end Rashard Lawerence were both present on Tuesday and practiced in full pads.

Safety John Battle, linebacker Corey Thompson, f-back JD Moore, tight end Caleb Roddy, and offensive tackle Ed Ingram practiced in gold non-contact jerseys.

JaCoby Stevens transition back to defense continued as the freshman was working with safety's again on Tuesday.



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13 Comments
When is the first basketball game?
Reply14 months
BDJ
107
No one makes ya come here, disgraceful count.
14 months
I was thinking baseball, but when you can't get excited about any of the three major sports, it's an Alleva thang.
14 months
I think a road game is just what this team needs. Win or lose, getting away from all the negativity in BR can’t hurt.
Reply14 months
Guice's tweet will get him boos in Tiger Stadium. Never burning my purple and gold. He shouldn't wear it ever again.
14 months
What tweet?
14 months
Old
26
Derrius Guice and Rashard Lawerence - tru T.I.G.E.R.z
Reply14 months
I wonder if Weathersby went meat somebody at the UFC gym for being a critic and got his butt whipped!
Reply14 months
meet
14 months
My first thought when I saw he was out.
14 months
"safety's" smh
Reply14 months
Delpit has been solid in pass defense but terrible in run support. Hopefully JaCoby can improve that position.
Reply14 months
Yeah it is poor that the #1 Safety in the Country last year was doing a bunch of Jack of all Trades. We needed a hard hitting Strong Safety at the beginning of Spring practice, Fall practice, and for the next game. He will help in run support and his speed, size, football IQ, etc... This will free up Delpit to do what he is best at. Provide coverage, use that speed, height, and wingspan to start intercepting lots of passess. I am looking forward to this change...
Reply14 months
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