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LSU gets Kendell Beckwith back at practice

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An injury scare is officially in the rearview mirror for LSU linebacker Kendell Beckwith after he returned to practice Tuesday.

Coach Les Miles had indicated during his latest media availability that Beckwith's return was nearing but did not make any guarantees about the senior's participation in the annual spring game on April 16th.

Beckwith opted to forgo the NFL Draft after a junior season that saw him tally 76 tackles, second best on the team and finish on a high note with 2.5 sacks in the Tigers' bowl game victory.

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