LSU head coach Ed Orgeron boasted a healthy offensive line this morning, and it showed in practice every member of the offensive line but Garrett Brumfield worked out during position drills Wednesday.
Saahdiq Charles continued to work full-speed in practice as Orgeron said he should be ready to go, and Chasen Hines took snaps with the first steam at left guard. Donavaughn Campbell took snaps with the second team at the position.
The only offensive lineman who seemed to be limited was second-team left tackle Badara Traore, who was wearing a gold noncontact jersy. Traore was not present at Tuesday’s practice.
The rest of the gold jerseys were worn on the other side of the ball. Starting inside linebacker Jacob Phillips returned wearing one after missing the last two days of practice.
Starting cornerback Greedy Williams also remained in a gold jersey for the second day in a row, and second-team linebacker Patrick Queen also sported gold on Wednesday.
The return date for Thaddeus Moss remains a mystery as he once again could not be seen during practice.