Jahmar twisted his knee before the season, and was out for the 1st 2 games. Against Vanderbilt, there was some hope that he'd travel with the team to Nashville, but he stayed home.
Against Auburn at home, he dressed out and warmed up in pre-game, but apparently the knee wasn't quite ready as he didn't play in the game. For LSU, he's been practicing and is expected to be ready to play, but this also depends on how well his knee responds to the practice.
Izzy Mukuamu (groin) also dressed out with the team in pre-game for Auburn, but was in street clothes for the game. He's also practicing this week, and is expected to be ready to go unless things act up after practice.
Cam Smith had his heel spiked during practice for Auburn, and was in the hospital watching the game, but is expected back for practice tomorrow and should be expected to be ready to go, although he'll have stitches in his heel.
But overall we're getting healthier on defense. DE Aaron Sterling didn't play versus Auburn with swelling in his knee: not sure what his status will be for LSU - Freshman Tonka Hemingway has been playing in his spot, with starting SAM LB Brad Johnson getting some snaps at his old position, so Brown returning at LB helps there...