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Running back Tre Bradford (26) heads toward the end zone, pursued by safety Jay Ward (5) at LSU's National L Club Spring Game, its first under new head coach Brian Kelly, Saturday, April 23, 2022 at Tiger Stadium.

Running back Tre Bradford was not listed on LSU's roster or seen during the 30-minute viewing period of practice on Thursday.

"Tre has been separated from the university, and there are laws that I can't get into specifics there," head coach Brian Kelly said. "But he is no longer on the roster."

Bradford, who transferred to Oklahoma briefly last summer before returning to LSU, missed most of last season with a hamstring injury. He returned during the final regular season game against Texas A&M, carrying the ball twice for 11 yards.

The junior four-star recruit from Lancaster, Texas, appeared in five games during his freshman season.

Bradford would have provided depth at running back. Without him, LSU has senior John Emery Jr., junior Noah Cain, sophomore Armoni Goodwin and junior Josh Williams.

"They're all going to have a great chance to contribute," Kelly said. "I really like the depth of the group."

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