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Alabama linebacker Trey DePriest will miss the rest of spring practice with a stress fracture in his right foot.
Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban says DePriest aggravated the injury during last weekend's scrimmage. DePriest had a cast on his foot while riding an exercise bike during Wednesday's practice.
Saban says DePriest could have finished the spring but they ''just decided to go ahead and fix it before it got bad.''
DePriest started 12 games last season and was second on the team with 56 tackles. Reggie Ragland saw some action in 10 games as a freshman. Dillon Lee and Ryan Anderson are working at both inside and outside linebacker.
Saban says noseguard Wilson Love sustained a concussion on Monday and needs to get medically cleared before he can return.
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Trey DePriest was something of a surprise addition to the stationary bicycle riders at Alabama football practices this week. On Wednesday Alabama Coach Nick Saban announced that DePriest would be out of practice for the remainder of spring practice after having surgery to repair a stress fracture of his foot.
Alabama lost starting linebacker Trey DePriest to a broken foot during Saturday's scrimmage.
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