Dabo Swinney updates football injuries


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Dabo Swinney updates football injuries

Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney gave some updates on injuries from the Syracuse game Monday night on his call-in show.

OL Mitch Hyatt (stinger): "He is fine. He practiced today."

CB Mackensie Alexander (knee): "Looks fine. I think he is going to be ok. He is just a little tender today. We will re-evaluate him tomorrow."

RB Wayne Gallman (ankle): "Gallman rolled his ankle. We are going to nurse him for a couple days. Put him in a boot and keep him off of it and bring him along as the week goes. Hope that he will be ready to play by Saturday. That is our hope."

WR Ray-Ray McCloud (knee) and OL Tyrone Crowder (turf toe): Both "looked better today. They are progressing nicely."

WR Germone Hopper: "He is fine."

WR Mike Williams (neck): Improving. Will be out of the neck brace next week. Still no idea if he will play this season.

Tags: Mackensie Alexander, Germone Hopper, Wayne Gallman, Tyrone Crowder, Mitch Hyatt, Ray-Ray McCloud
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