KeAndre Lambert-Smith was seen on the field in pregame warmups for Penn State’s game against Michigan, per CHNI’s Elton Hayes.

With this update, Lambert-Smith could be in line to make an appearance in today’s game against Michigan. Penn State has been dealing with a few injuries and having Lambert-Smith back could bolster the offense.

In Penn State’s last game against Northwestern, Lambert-Smith left the game with an apparent foot injury. He was unable to have an impact on the Northwestern win since he left in the 1st quarter. Penn State had a bye week in Week 6, which allowed Lambert-Smith to have an extra week to recover without missing a game.

Lambert-Smith has appeared in 4 games this season. He compiled 9 catches, 104 receiving yards, and 1 touchdown. His lone touchdown came in the season opener against Purdue. The last game he played in was against Central Michigan on Sept. 24. In that game, he had 1 reception for 4 yards.

Penn State hopes to have Lambert-Smith ready for today’s game.