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Jaz Reynolds cleared for OU spring ball

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Oklahoma is getting good news for spring football. Receiver Jaz Reynolds will be available for all of spring practice without restrictions, coach Bob Stoops said during a press conference today.

Reynolds missed the Sooners’ Insight Bowl victory over Iowa because of a kidney injury he sustained in a season-ending loss to Oklahoma State and was hospitalized for a time. Reynolds also missed the Iowa State game back in November with a nagging shoulder injury.

Reynolds’ return is big news for Oklahoma’s offense, which loses one of the best receivers in the history of its program in Ryan Broyles. The soon-to-be-redshirt junior wasn’t expected to be a part of spring practices as of last month because of the kidney injury.

However, Reynolds will have a procedure after spring that is expected to sideline him for three weeks.

Reynolds had 41 catches for 715 yards and five touchdowns last season.

Other injury/health notes from Stoops’ presser:

  • Linebacker Tom Wort has a back issue that will sideline him initially for spring practices, but his return is expected.
  • DB Aaron Colvin and DT Casey Walker will miss spring with shoulder injuries.
  • Center Ben Habern (neck) and running back Dominique Whaley (ankle) are also out.
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