Two Missouri starters were limited participants Monday as preseason training camp opened at Memorial Stadium.
Senior Braylon Webb, the starting strong safety, is nursing a shoulder injury, coach Gary Pinkel said.
Another starter, junior right tackle Connor McGovern, was limited after suffering a strained pectoral muscle in testing.
“Other than that, we’re healthy,” Pinkel said.
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Four starters who were injured in the spring — linebacker Kentrell Brothers (torn labrum), running back Russell Hansbrough (torn labrum), defensive tackle Matt Hoch (broken ankle) and wide receiver Darius White (ankle) — were full practice participants.
“If you didn’t see a red pullover on them today, that means they’re 100 percent ready to go,” Pinkel said. “That means, if we’d have had full pads today, they’d have been going full.”