TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — University of Alabama senior center Bradley Bozeman was limited during practice for the second straight day as the Crimson Tide worked out in full pads in preparation for Texas A&M.
Nick Saban hasn’t announced any injury for Bozeman, who’s been at practice but has not participated in any drills during the media viewing periods.
Sophomore Brandon Kennedy lined up with the first-team offense on both Monday and Tuesday, with Bozeman looking on.
As expected, neither senior defensive end Da’Shawn Hand (MCL strain) nor sophomore cornerback Trevon Diggs (foot) have been practicing.
Judging by how the players lined up for a team drills against the scout team, sophomore Raekwon Davis could start in Hand’s spot, with junior Isaiah Buggs the other defensive end. Senior Josh Frazier is the other obvious option, although redshirt freshman Quinnen Williams appeared to get extra snaps after Hand suffered his knee injury in the third quarter against Ole Miss.
Also of note:
- Junior linebacker Jamey Mosley returned to practice this week after missing the Ole Miss game (ill). Regardless, Alabama isn’t expected to use a strong-side linebacker against Texas A&M in favor of the nickel package with an extra defensive back.
- After appearing to be limited on Monday, senior defensive back Tony Brown went through individual drills and lined up in his usual spot in the nickel package.
- After playing against Ole Miss, freshman LaBryan Ray appears to be working with third-team defensive line.
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