In recent days LSU has welcomed its starting quarterback, All-American safety and top cornerback back to practice.
Now the Tigers have their top pass rusher back, too.
Outside linebacker K’Lavon Chaisson returned to practice on Thursday after being out for more than a week. Chaisson was a full participant during the media viewing portions of drills.
LSU practiced without guards Damien Lewis, Chasen Hines and Kardell Thomas.
Lewis and Hines are dealing with minor injuries, according to Ed Orgeron, while Thomas could miss extended time after suffering an injury on Wednesday.
Adrian Magee continued to work as the first-team left guard when LSU lined up in a five-man front. Donavaughn Campbell worked as the first-team right guard.
Also of note: freshman tackle Anthony Bradford worked at guard with the second unit.