Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports
Alabama head coach Nick Saban announced on Monday that the Crimson Tide had three players sustain injuries Saturday against Ole Miss. Per ESPN:

Running back Kenyan Drake suffered the worst injury during the Crimson Tide's 23-17 loss to Ole Miss on Saturday. Saban said it'd be eight to 10 more weeks before the speedy junior "would be able to even think about playing football again."

"They sort of break the leg and your ankle is dislocated and you pin the two together," Saban said of the nature of the injury. "But that's not medical expertise. That will be a better question for the medical staff."
Along with Drake, starting linebacker Denzel Devall will miss the next three to four weeks after having surgery for a high ankle sprain and center Ryan Kelly will be out "a couple of weeks" with a sprained knee.
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