Quarterback AJ McCarron (hand) looked fine throwing to receivers today, but another player looks…
Though Alabama played in the rain in Fayetteville on Saturday, the team went indoors to the Hank Crisp Facility Monday due to scattered thunderstorms. The media was only granted one period to view practice. Here are some observations.
-After injuring his hand while recovering a botched snap at the goal line in the second quarter of the Arkansas game Saturday (H-back Kelly Johnson accidentally stepped on it), Tide quarterback A.J. McCarron looked fine throwing today.
Head coach Nick Saban addressed McCarron's injury after the game and said that it was just a bruise and he could have continued to play if need be. But Alabama had a cushy 38-0 lead when he came out of the game.
-No new injuries to report and no one, aside from the quarterbacks, wore black no-contact jerseys.
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