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Maurice Thomas is back on the practice field after missing most of last season with a leg injury, according to Miami of Ohio's Twitter feed.

Quintin Morris is in line for a far bigger role this season, according to Thomas Schmeltz of the Bowling Green Sentinel-Tribune.

Brandon Childress has secured a spot in the Chippewas' wide receiver pecking order, according to CM Life.com.

After being suspended all of last season Maleek Irons is officially back in the fold, according to Jason Arkley of The Athens Messenger.

Jackson Harris has suffered a foot injury and will be sidelined indefinitely, DawgNation reports.

Justin Jefferson did not participate in practice Wednesday, NOLA.com reports.

Stephen Sullivan was not spotted at Wednesday's practice, NOLA.com reports.

Lucas Johnson (undisclosed) may require season-ending surgery for the lower-body injury he suffered in Saturday's scrimmage.

CJ Verdell (undisclosed) practiced with the first-team offense Monday, Erik Skopil of 247Sports.com reports.

Wyoming head coach Craig Bohl confirmed Tuesday that Trey Woods has been moved from running back to defensive end, Brandon Foster of the Casper Star-Tribune reports.

Alex Bousky has converted to kicking on a full-time basis in 2018 and will compete for a backup job behind Charlie Kuhbander, Davis Rich, Noah Coffman and Talia Hendel of InsideNU.com report.

James Prather is dealing with an arm injury that could prevent him from playing in Northwestern's season opener Aug. 30 against Purdue, Davis Rich, Noah Coffman and Talia Hendel of InsideNU.com report.

A.J. Taylor was in a boot and did not practice Wednesday, Zach Heilprin of 1670 AM The Zone reports.

Jafar Armstrong drew comparisons to Theo Riddick from head coach Brian Kelly, Laken Litman of the Indianapolis Star reports.

Malik Davis is ready for Week 1 and has fully recovered from his knee injury last year, Robbie Andreu of The Gainesville Sun reports.

Bolu Olorunfunmi was absent from practice for the second straight day, Ben Bolch of the Los Angeles Times reports.

Peyton Ramsey is one of three quarterbacks in contention to start for Indiana this season, Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star reports.

Brandon Dawkins is still in the competition to win the starting duties, Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star reports.

Penix is competing for the quarterback starting spot, Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star reports.

Donevin O'Reilly tore his ACL and is out for the season, Alex Putterman of the Hartford Courant reports.