Michigan wide receiver Martavious Odoms should be out of his cast in 2 weeks
Michigan football coach Brady Hoke declined to offer specifics on the injury to senior wide receiver Martavious Odoms, who was seen wearing a cast on his left forearm during practice Tuesday.
Hoke said Odoms suffered the undisclosed injury during the summer, and the cast is scheduled to come off in two weeks.
"He's actually caught the ball pretty decently, anyway," Hoke said.
Odoms was seen catching passes with the first offense at Tuesday's practice.
The Pahokee, Fla., native had 16 catches for 241 yards and one touchdown last year, and also returned eight kicks for an average of 22.6 yards per attempt.
He will be expected to play an important role this year after Michigan announced Sunday that starter Darryl Stonum would redshirt the season. The senior was arrested in May for a second DUI.
Stonum is expected to practice with the team, although he did not participate during the 20-minute window available to the media Tuesday.
Hoke said junior Roy Roundtree and senior Junior Hemingway have stood out during the team's first four days of practice. They are expected to be the team's top two receivers.