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05/21/13 - 2013 LOTT IMPACT TROPHY WATCH LIST: Devon Kennard, DL, USC...Kennard was slated to start at defensive end as a senior in 2012, but he tore a chest muscle just before the season started and had surgery, which sidelined him for all of 2012 and allowed him to redshirt. He has 135 career tackles, including 13 for losses (with 4 sacks). He has 18 career starts. - USC football
09/09/12 - DE Devon Kennard (torn pec muscle) is out indefinitely, possibly for the season.
09/02/12 - DE Devon Kennard (torn pec muscle) is out indefinitely, possibly for the season.
08/01/12 - 2012 PRESEASON TED HENDRICKS AWARD WATCH LIST: DEVON KENNARD (Injured), USC, has been selected a preseason candidate for the 2012 Ted Hendricks Defensive End of the Year Award. On-field performance, exceptional winning attitude, leadership abilities, contributions to school and community and academic preparedness are some of the criteria used to determine the Award’s winner. - Ted Hendricks Foundation
07/28/12 - USC defensive end Devon Kennard will undergo surgery Monday morning to repair a torn right pectoral muscle, he told ESPNLosAngeles.com Friday night. The surgery will keep the senior starter out at least three months and could be season-ending. If it is, Kennard says he could declare for the NFL draft or redshirt and come back as a fifth-year player for the Trojans in 2013. "My mindset is definitely going to be to try to come back this year," Kennard said. "But I'm not going to hurt myself or the team in the process." Kennard originally suffered the injury while bench-pressing 405 pounds in USC's Heritage Hall weight room Thursday. He said it wasn't an issue of lifting too much weight but simply a freak accident that occurred on the fourth rep of his fourth set during routine workouts. Kennard, 21, started 18 games during his first three years at USC and was expected to be the second-most experienced player on the Trojans' defensive line this fall. - Pedro Moura, ESPN Los Angeles