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Kelley glad to be playing again

Braxton Kelley was lost for the final four games in 2005 after suffering a knee injury. A healthy Kelley expects a battle to win back his starting spot at middle linebacker.

The small laceration on his finger required a bandage, but there was no way the cut was going to keep linebacker Braxton Kelley off the practice field this week. "It's nothing. I've been waiting too long for this to bother me," Kelley said. Compared to the rehabiliation he went through with his injured knee, the small cut was nothing to even slow Kelley down. He missed UK's final four games last... Recommended Stories

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