Swinney gives updates on Pagano, Yeargin, Fruhmorgen

by - Assoc. Editor -

At Tuesday's press conference, Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney said redshirt junior defensive tackle Scott Pagano and redshirt sophomore defensive end Richard Yeargin have both returned from injury and will be at practice.

Pagano suffered a broken bone in his foot in the second quarter in the loss to Pittsburgh but did not require surgery.

Yeargin was a late addition to the injury report released by the school on the Friday before the South Carolina game with a knee injury.

Swinney also had no new information on offensive tackle Jake Fruhmorgen who has been out since early November with a personal issue.

"There is no update right now," Swinney said. "He still isn't with us."

When pressed and asked if he would be back, he said, "I don't expect anything right now. There are no expectations."

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