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There have been some questions about freshman wide receiver Rickie Seals-Jones the last couple weeks. After starting the season with a bang by catching a 72-yard touchdown pass from Matt Joeckel he hasn't been seen.
As it turns out he has had some knee problems. Early Wednesday the coaching staff had talked about a possible medical red shirt for him. According to a tweet he sent out early Thursday morning it appears that will be the case:
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One of Texas A&M's most hyped freshmen may have already played his last down of 2013. The Aggies are exploring the option of a medical redshirt for Ricky Seals-Jones, the nation's No. 1 wide receiver in the 2013 recruiting class.
Jones caught a 71-yard touchdown pass against Rice in Texas A&M's season opener, but sat the following week after suffering a knee...
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