According to multiple reports, several of Oregon’s injured starters returned to practice on Tuesday. Most notably, offensive lineman Ryan Walk and wideout Seven McGee were seen in full pads, as were running back Jordan James and kicker Andrew Boyle. Walk was a partial participant, McGee practiced fully.

But, as the football gods giveth, they also taketh. Among those not at practice: offensive lineman Steven Jones and linebacker Justin Flowe. According to Duck Territory’s Tuesday practice report, neither were present for the portion of practice observed by the media.

Jones played 38 snaps in Saturday’s game against Eastern Washington. Flowe was on the field for just 14 snaps.

No one on the defense played more than 33 snaps, though. With Oregon’s offense scoring touchdowns every time it possessed the ball, the Ducks got the opportunity to rotate a number of different personnel groupings onto the field. According to Pro Football Focus, 35 defensive players saw at least one snap.

Flowe’s lighter workload was likely a function of the nature of the game.

Coach Dan Lanning didn’t announce any specific injury issues during his Monday evening press conference.

The Duck offensive line has been battling against bumps and bruises since the start of camp back in August. Thirteen linemen saw the field against Eastern Washington.

The 25th-ranked Ducks (1-1) play No. 12 BYU on Saturday at 12:35 p.m. PT on FOX.