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Noah Togiai (ankle) will not practice this spring, Danny Moran of The Oregonian reports.

Clyde Edwards-Helaire (undisclosed) returned to practice Tuesday, Ross Dellenger of The Advocate reports.

John Raine is beginning to get more snaps with the first-team offense, Jake Elman of the Palm Beach Post reports.

Kam Martin was sidelined for Saturday's spring game due to a tweaked hamstring, Justin Ferguson of SEC Country reports.

Asa Martin recorded 66 rushing yards on 17 carries Saturday during Auburn's exhibition, Justin Ferguson of SEC Country reports.

Malik Miller rushed for one yard on three carries Saturday in Auburn's spring game, Justin Ferguson of SEC Country reports.

Kevrin Justice (ankle) appears to have returned to health, and he'll compete with Patrick Carr for the backup running back spot, Joseph Duarte of the Houston Chronicle reports.

Patrick Carr will battle with Kevin Justice for the No. 2 spot out of the backfield, Joseph Duarte of the Houston Chronicle reports.

Mulbah Car (upper body) appears to have returned to health and is expected to take over primary running back role following the departure of Duke Catalon and Dillon Birden, Joseph Duarte of the Houston Chronicle reports.

Shawn Robinson ran the No. 1 offense during Saturday's exhibition, Stefan Stevenson of the Star-Telegram reports.

Myles Brennan is on a strict program to gain weight for the upcoming regular season, Ross Dellenger of The Baton Rouge Advocate reports.

Keondre Wudtee has been competing with Taylor Cornelius for snaps this spring, Scott Wright of The Oklahoman reports.

Taylor Cornelius faces an uphill battle for the No. 1 quarterback spot, Scott Wright of The Oklahoman reports.

D'Anfernee McGriff (undisclosed) was a non-contact participant during Tuesday's spring practice, Chuck King of FauOwlAccess.com reports.

Shawn Poindexter made a highlight-reel one-handed catch that went for 45-yards Saturday during Arizona's scrimmage, Michael Lev of the Arizona Daily Star reports.

Nathan Tilford impressed during Saturday's exhibition and was able to find the end zone, Michael Lev of the Arizona Daily Star reports.

Tristan Gebbia indicated that he's working on his speed and running to better fit new coach Scott Frost's system, the Omaha World-Herald reports.

Ross Trail is working through some personal issues and thinking over his long-term role with the team, Tom Groeschen of The Cincinnati Enqurier reports.

Da'Leon Ward will miss the last two sessions of spring practice Thursday and Saturday due to a groin injury, Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal reports.

Jonathon Taylor has spent time working with head coach Paul Chryst on his route-running techniques in practice and is developing his ability in the passing game, the Wisconsin State Journal reports.