by TD Staff ReporterSeptember 12, 2018
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Texas A&M's Jimbo Fisher announced during Wednesday's SEC Coaches Teleconference that linebacker Anthony Hines will be out for the season with a leg injury. Per The Dallas Daily News:
A&M sophomore Anthony Hines will miss the remainder of the season after aggravating a previous injury, coach Jimbo Fisher said on Wednesday morning's SEC coaches teleconference.
Hines, who missed A&M's opener against Northwestern State, appeared to suffer a lower-leg injury late in last Saturday's 28-26 loss to No. 2 Clemson.
"He reinjured a lower-body extremity and he'll be out for the rest of the year," Fisher said.
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