Aug. 13 practice report

Vinnie Sunseri

Alabama players were in full pads during Monday morning's practice. No significant injuries to report from Saturday's scrimmage, but several players were taped up as precaution.

It was a cooler 79 degrees, but still quite humid at Alabama's practice Monday morning. There wasn't too much to see, but here are some observations from the media's short viewing period:

-The team was in full pads again.

-Freshman Chris Black, who injured his shoulder last Sunday during practice and is expected to be out for 3-4 months, watched the wide receivers practice. Here's a picture.

-Nobody wore black no-contact jerseys except for the quarterbacks. However, as head coach Nick Saban mentioned Saturday afternoon after the team's first fall scrimmage, a few players have "bumps and bruises." Linebacker Adrian Hubbard, who sprained his wrist on Saturday, was heavily taped up. Saban said he should be fine though. Linebacker Josh Dickerson had a cast on his left arm, but that didn't seem to limit him at all.

-Saban was working very closely with the following defensive backs: Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Landon Collins, Vinnie Sunseri, Deion Belue and Ranzell Watkins (as seen in the video below).

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