Found August 10, 2013 on Fox Sports West:
LOS ANGELES -- A collective sigh of relief could be heard around the USC campus Saturday night. USC coach Lane Kiffin revealed Saturday that the injury suffered by All-American wide receiver Marqise Lee is not serious. Lee suffered a bone bruise near his shoulder while making a catch during Friday's practice. He's day-to-day, Kiffin announced. "(He) should be back very soon," Kiffin said following USC's Saturday night practice -- its second of the day. Lee attended USC practice on Saturday night in full uniform minus the shoulder pads, but was not made available to the media. The star wide receiver went deep over the middle and hauled in a pass from quarterback Cody Kessler on Friday while being guarded by cornerback Kevon Seymour. Lee came down awkwardly and had to be escorted away from the practice field by members of the USC training staff. His right arm was in a sling. Seymour, who has emerged as arguably the top corner in camp, was just trying t...
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