Campus Corner

MU practice report: Tuesday injury updates

Updated: 2012-08-14T17:04:23Z

By TEREZ A. PAYLOR

The Kansas City Star

— A few injury updates from this morning's practice:

*Defensive tackle Evan Winston wore a red non-contact jersey and missed his second straight practice this morning. He felt woozy after his head hit the ground during a drill in Monday's practice.

*Defensive tackle Lucas Vincent, who just returned to the practice field after a missing a good deal of camp with a pectoral injury, had to be helped off the field Tuesday morning with an apparent leg injury. No word yet on the exact nature or the severity of the injury.

*Offensive tackle Chris Freeman was out of his red non-contact jersey and participated in drills for the first time.

*Defensive tackle Matt Hoch, who was held out of drills at one point in camp due to a hamstring injury, did not wear a red jersey today but sat out several contact drills. Jimmy Burge took his place on the first team throughout practice.

*Starting linebacker Will Ebner, who was banged up briefly in Monday's morning practice, participated fully today.

*Tight end Eric Waters, who had been dealing with a knee issue until recently, again practiced without a red bib and took several snaps with first team.

The following players remained in red non-contact jerseys: receiver T.J. Moe (hamstring), receiver Jimmie Hunt (foot), tight end Sean Culkin (finger), offensive tackle Justin Britt (foot). Also wearing red jerseys were cornerback Kip Edwards, receiver Rolandis Woodland, receiver L'Damian Washington, receiver Darius White and running back Greg White.

To reach Terez A. Paylor, call 816-234-4489 or send e-mail to tpaylor@kcstar.com. Follow him at twitter.com/TerezPaylor and on Instagram at TerezPaylor.

 

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