LSU’s offensive line continued to work without left tackle Saahdiq Charles and left guard Garrett Brumfiled Tuesday during its first practice in pads while preparing for Ole Miss.
Tackle Adrian Magee was also absent after participating in Monday’s light practice, his first appearance since injuring his left leg in the season opener against Miami.
Another notable absentee included wide receiver Jonathan Giles, who has three catches for 19 yards and serves as LSU’s starting punt returner.
Sophomore guard Donavaughn Campbell also returned to the offensive side of the field after spending Monday’s practice with he defensive line.
LSU coach Ed Orgeron said Monday that Campbell will likely serve as the back up for freshman tackle Chasen Hines, who is expected to replace Brumfield.
Backup quarterback Myles Brennan was at practice, but he did not dress out or participate, watching individual drills away from the action.
As for the defensive side of the ball, LSU seemed to be largely intact with the exception of a few backup players. Safety Ed Paris, who nabbed his first interception against Louisiana Tech last Saturday, did not appear to be at practice.