Takeaways from day five of Miami spring football practice
Miami football’s spring practice continued Thursday morning at the Greentree Practice Fields and was followed by a media availability with defensive line coach/associate head coach Joe Salave’a, co-defensive coordinator/linebackers coach Charlie Strong, defensive backs coach Jahmile Addae and defensive ends coach Rod Wright. Here are some takeaways and highlights from UM’s fifth day of spring practice. The Miami Hurricane and NFL legend was seen at Thursday’s practice assisting and instructing defensive backs throughout their drills. Will Mallory to miss rest of springThe fifth-year tight end will miss the remainder of spring practice with a shoulder injury, as first reported by Susan Miller Degnan of the Miami Herald Thursday morning. Mallory left Tuesday’s practice early with a sling on his arm.themiamihurricane.com
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