MADISON -- Wisconsin's offensive line shuffling continued on Monday as the Badgers held a short practice in the morning. UW will return for another practice session this afternoon.
The morning's 45-minute practice was focused mostly on special teams, but there were notable changes as the offensive and defensive lineman worked on drills. Senior guard Ray Ball did not practice and was seen on the sidelines in sweats. He was out with a right arm injury, reports the Wisconsin State Journal's Jason Galloway.
Redshirt freshman Micah Kapoi received more first-team reps at right guard, as redshirt freshman Michael Deiter moved over to left guard.
Redshirt junior Walker Williams worked at right tackle.
On special teams, sophomore George Rushing took most of the reps returning punts and kicks. Alex Erickson, Jazz Peavy and Natrell Jamerson also saw some action, but Rushing was the main man, at least for Monday.
Tackles Hayden Biegel and Beau Benzschawel were still absent from practice, but Jon Dietzen returned.
The Badgers will return to the field for an afternoon practice at Camp Randall.