World News – United States – Jaylen Waddle suffers a season-ending ankle injury during kickoff in Tennessee


Alabama junior wide receiver Jaylen Waddle sustained an injury to kick off the game against Tennessee

Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban told CBS at halftime he was out for the rest of the season

« It’s a shame because he’s such a great player, it’s exciting for college football to see a player play like that I hate it, when he gets hurt on a play like that You know, you don’t you’re not supposed to put the ball out when you’re this deep in the end zone, but he’s a great player so you have to let him use his judgment « 

After playing the kickoff, Waddle cut to the left and was tackled on the Alabama sideline Waddle immediately touched the ground with his hands, tried to stand up, but jumped in. favoring her left ankle on the bench

The Crimson Tide medics attended to him immediately, but no more than a few minutes after his exam began, he transported him to the med cart on the sideline and he disappeared in the cloakrooms

Waddle has been a big part of Crimson Tide’s passing success so far this season In four games, Waddle has accounted for 25 receptions for 557 yards and four touchdowns He has also had three rushes for 12 total yards

Waddle has been widely regarded as one of the country’s top receivers this year and has even been included in some discussions as a candidate for the Heisman Trophy

UPDATE (first trimester): Reports now indicate his injury is fine to his right ankle, but the severity of the injury is still unknown Redshirt-second wide wide receiver Slade Bolden has taken over Waddle’s spot as clearance turner and wide receiver

According to CBS’s Jamie Erdahl, Waddle is still being assessed in the locker room He is confirmed to be questionable returning to today’s game

UPDATE No 2 (first quarter): Waddle has been officially ruled out of today’s game, according to CBS He was last seen loaded into an ambulance and appeared to be wearing an ankle cast / right foot

UPDATE No 3 (half time): Upon entering the locker room at half time, Saban confirmed that Waddle was out for the season No specific injuries were cited, but it can be assumed that Waddle suffered a broken right leg

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World News – USA – Jaylen Waddle suffers a season-ending ankle injury at kickoff in Tennessee



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