Michigan Wolverines defensive tackle Ondre Pipkins was back at practice and moving around fine on Friday afternoon. In the Friday morning practice session, Pipkins suffered a neck injury that required he be taken to a nearby hospital in an ambulance as a precautionary measure.
The official Michigan football Twitter feed reported that Pipkins was up and walking around at practice and was doing well. Kyle Meinke of AnnArbor.com had more information, including that Pipkins returned to the practice field just hours after being carted off and was not sporting a neck brace.
Pipkins sent out this tweet later on Friday afternoon:
I want to thank everyone for the get well wishes, thoughts and prayers i love you guys and will be back in no time thanks and— peeweeuofm9456 (@PeeWeeUofM9456) August 17, 2012
There are no further details about the extent of Pipkins' injury, or how long it will be before he can return to action.
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