Syracuse safety Antwan Cordy is back at practice, head coach Dino Babers said Wednesday morning on the Atlantic Coast Conference coaches teleconference. He declined to talk specifics.
Cordy, 5-foot-8, 181-pound redshirt junior, left the season opener against Central Connecticut State in the first quarter, with SU up 14-0. He appeared to have suffered a lower right leg injury on the play. Cordy later returned to the sidelines using crutches, with a brace on his right leg.
The redshirt junior apparently suffered a lower right leg injury after throwing himself into a tackling scrum. The Orange (1-0) lost him early in its 50-7 drubbing of Central Connecticut State (0-1). He did not return to the field in part because SU was in command of the game.
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