Alabama Returns To Practice Field
Although it is difficult (and sometimes misleading) to draw conclusions from the brief glimpse sports reporters are given of Alabama practice sessions, it appeared the Crimson Tide spent some work with 11 on 11. The conclusion, right or wrong, is that Bama coaches may have been going over problem areas from Saturday.
Junior linebacker Trey DePriest, who played in Saturday's scrimmage in a defensive red jersey, was in a black no-contact jersey Monday. He spent some time with Kevin Norwood and Jonathan Fulton in the stationary bicycle area. Norwood and Fulton are recovering from surgery to repair turf toe injuries and are not expected to practice this spring.
We'll have more tonight after interviewing players following practice.
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