Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson was uninjured in a car accident Tuesday morning, UA spokesperson Zack Higbee said.
Wilson will be able to practice on Tuesday, Higbee said, after being checked out by doctors.
The accident occurred on Interstate-540, according to an Arkansas State Police dispatcher. No other immediate details were provided.
Wilson, a redshirt senior, has passed for 1,585 yards and 9 touchdowns this season for the Razorbacks (2-4). He has played in five games after suffering a concussion in the first half of a loss to Louisiana-Monroe on Sept. 8 and missing the following game against Alabama.
Arkansas is scheduled to face Kentucky on Saturday at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
Wilson not hurt in car accident
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