Missouri sophomore safety Anthony Sherrils, a Hogan Prep graduate, sat out Thursday’s spring football practice because of a migraine.
Sherrils, who sat out the 2013 season after suffering a brain bleed in a car wreck, hasn’t been diagnosed with a concussion since June 2013, but the Tigers’ medical staff held him out as a precaution.
▪ Sophomore wide receiver Nate Brown is recovering from a sprained medial collateral ligament in his left knee.
Initially, Missouri hoped that Brown would return after spring break, but he has missed two additional weeks, though there’s still a chance he could return for the final week of spring practice.
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▪ There were no other new additions to Missouri’s injury report, but seven players — running backs Morgan Steward (hip) and Trevon Walters (torn right ACL), offensive lineman Connor McGovern (right MCL sprain), tight ends Austin Ray (broken finger) and Sean Culkin (sprained shoulder), linebacker Eric Beisel (left foot strain) and safety Tavon Ross (torn ACL) — continued to miss practice.