ANN ARBOR -- Michigan football coach Brady Hoke announced today that tailback Fitzgerald Toussaint and defensive end Frank Clark will rejoin the Wolverines for practices on Monday.
Toussaint and Clark were suspended indefinitely, Toussaint after a drunk-driving charge last month and Clark after he was charged in June for second-degree home invasion. Hoke did not say if he made a decision regarding their availability for the season opener Sept. 1 against Alabama in Arlington, Texas.
Hoke said receiver Roy Roundtree underwent arthoscopic knee surgery last week and is expected to resume practicing in two weeks. Hoke also confirmed the departure of sophomore defensive back Tamani Carter.
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