Michigan DL Ondre Pipkins returns to practice 3 days after sustaining neck injury
Michigan freshman defensive lineman Ondre Pipkins was carted off the field on a stretcher after sustaining a neck injury during Friday's practice.
Three days later, he was right back out there.
A program spokesman confirmed that Pipkins practiced with the Wolverines on Monday. The Detroit News first reported his return.
He was released from the hospital later that day and observed Michigan's afternoon practice session. He was not wearing a neck brace.
Pipkins is expected to provide depth on Michigan's restructured defensive line this year, following the graduation of starting tackles Mike Martin and Will Heininger. The 6-foot-3, 340-pounder could be the primary backup to senior nose tackle Will Campbell.