Gophers' Kirkwood injures hamstring

Gophers' sophomore running back Donnell Kirkwood re-injured a hamstring on the first day of spring practice, and it will keep him out at least a few weeks. Head coach Jerry Kill said he hopes Kirkwood will be able to take part in individual drills before spring practices end.
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Gophers' sophomore running back Donnell Kirkwood re-injured a hamstring on the first day of spring practice, and it will keep him out at least a few weeks. Head coach Jerry Kill said he hopes Kirkwood will be able to take part in individual drills before spring practices end.

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