LSU's starting offensive line is coming together.
The Tigers returned all their injured linemen in Tuesday's practice, including Will Clapp (shoulder), Toby Weathersby (ankle) and Josh Boutte (undisclosed). Only Boutte and Clapp, though, participated with the first string line. That No. 1 line:
- LT K.J. Malone
- LG Will Clapp
- C Ethan Pocic
- RG Josh Boutte
- RT Maea Teuhema
That unit appears to be the one LSU will go with against Ole Miss. Boutte missed Monday's practice with an undisclosed injury. Weathersby played at right tackle with the second string as he recovers from a significant ankle sprain he suffered in Game 3 against Mississippi State. He hasn't practiced since that injury.
- Moreau: TE Foster Moreau returned to practice for the first time since before the Missouri game on Oct. 1. He suffered a relapse of an illness during the second half of that game. He participated in practice donning a gold jersey, signifying a limited role and normally worn by those recovering from an injury.
- No Ed: Freshman defensive tackle Ed Alexander missed practice Tuesday while recovering from what appears to be a hand injury. He wore a mitt on his hand during practice Monday.
- Fournette: LSU RB Leonard Fournette went through drills in full pads and appears to be fully healthy.
- Scouts take: LSU coach Ed Orgeron has welcomed to practice NFL scouts, even during SEC game weeks. Les Miles did not allow scouts at the facility or to watch practice during SEC game weeks.
LSU's running backs at practice Tuesday.
LSU receiver at practice Tuesday.
LSU running backs Leonard Fournette, Darrel Williams and Derrius Guice run through a drill.