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Ohio State QB Braxton Miller reinjures right shoulder

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Ohio State QB Braxton Miller reinjured his right shoulder in practice Monday, and thus his status for the Ohio State season is in question.

The story, first reported in the Columbus Dispatch, also indicates Cleveland native Cardale Jones of Glenville High is one step closer to playing.

This past week, redshirt freshman, J.T. Barrett, moved ahead of Jones in the battle for the backup job. Now, that backup job could turn into being the full-time starting job if Miller is unable to return from the shoulder setback.

Miller had shoulder surgery in February after injuring the shoulder in the Orange Bowl.

He is coming off two straight seasons where he won the Silver Football Award, which is the Big Ten MVP as voted on by the league coaches.