Ellington meets with specialist, out two weeks at least

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Ellington hopes to return before the end of the season

CLEMSON - Sophomore running back Andre Ellington met with a specialist today in Greenville to have his injured foot examined.

After the meeting, it was determined that he might return at some point this year, but an exact timetable for his return is uncertain.

He will definitely miss the next two games, which are against N.C. State and Florida St. The earliest he could return is for the game at Wake Forest on November 20th.

Clemson Injury Report vs. NC State


•Daniel Andrews, LB, torn ACL (out for year)

•Kalen Davis, OG, Back (Out for year)

•Carlton Lewis, SAF, broken jaw

•Andre Ellington, RB, toe

•Miguel Chavis, DT, foot

*Kourtnei Brown, DE, High ankle sprain


•Jaron Brown, WR, ankle

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