Some eyebrows were lifted Monday when Alabama Coach Nick Saban said, “We are confident Eddie Jackson will make a full recovery and be ready to go this fall.” That timetable doesn’t surprise Vinnie Sunseri, who suffered a similar injury halfway through the 2013 season.
ESPN’s Joe Schad has reported that Vinne Sunseri of Alabama will enter the 2014 NFL Draft. After tearing his ACL in October versus Arkansas, Sunseri missed the rest of the season for the Crimson Tide.
The former safety and captain of Alabama’s defense is allegedly ahead of schedule from reports via his father Sal Sunseri.
Tuscaloosa will miss Sunseri’s leadership and play...
Vinnie Sunseri. Another Alabama junior is forgoing his senior season to enter the 2014 NFL Draft. Safety Vinnie Sunseri is the latest Crimson Tide junior to have reportedly made the decision to enter the draft, according to ESPN's, Joe Schad. Sunseri played in seven games in 2013 before suffering a season-ending ACL injury in the Tide's win over Arkansas on Oct. 19. Before...
Alabama Crimson Tide safety Vinnie Sunseri underwent successful surgery and then began his "#4monthcountdown" to recovery.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Alabama safety Vinnie Sunseri is out for the season with a knee injury.
Coach Nick Saban said Monday that Sunseri will have surgery on his left knee Tuesday. He declined to give specifics of the injury except that he had ligament damage.
"Vinnie's done a great job for us," Saban said. "He's an outstanding player and really good person...
The AP reports that the Alabama Crimson Tide may have lost safety Vinnie Sunseri after he suffered a knee injury against the Arkansas Razorbacks.
Alabama safety Vinnie Sunseri left Saturday night's game against Arkansas with an apparent leg injury.
Sunseri limped off the field with trainers after getting hurt on kickoff coverage. He walked to the locker room shortly after that.
Sunseri has started the first seven games and came in as the top-ranked Crimson Tide's sixth-leading tackler with 20 stops. He had a team...
Via AP on Fox
October 19, 2013
Alabama Crimson Tide safety Vinnie Sunseri hauled in a deflected Johnny Manziel pass and took it all the way back to the house for a touchdown.
Vinnie Sunseri got the good news Monday that he had been selected as one of Alabama’s players of the week in what had been a personally emotional game for him and his family in Knoxville Saturday night. He could joke that he got even better news Sunday.
When Tennessee hired Sal Sunseri from the Alabama football coaching staff to be defensive coordinator for the Vols, under other circumstances the Big Orange might have gotten a bonus in a potential all-star safety.