Florida has cleared quarterback Jeff Driskel and partially reinstated suspended linebacker Antonio Morrison.
The school said Driskel returned to practice Thursday night, throwing passes and taking part in team drills.
Driskel missed the first week of fall practice following an appendectomy, but coach Will Muschamp expected him to return early in camp.
It had been less clear when Morrison would be back. But the Gators said Morrison rejoined the team Thursday, attending meetings and then doing side work at practice.
Morrison, a projected starter at middle linebacker, was suspended indefinitely last month following his second arrest in less than five weeks. He was arrested July 21 for allegedly barking at a police dog. The charges were dropped a few days later. He also was arrested in May for allegedly punching a bouncer. He signed a deferred prosecution deal on that charge.
Muschamp suspended Morrison for the first two games of the season, but added last week that Morrison would ...