Clemson defensive end Vontrell Jamison has a broken arm and could miss practice for an unforeseen amount of time.
Jamison, a defensive end, had also been practicing as a defensive tackle through the first four practices of the year.
The rising senior recorded 27 tackles and 10 quarterback pressures last season.
It is not known how long he will be held out of practice, but more information is expected to be released tomorrow.
Jamison's injury concludes a rough first day of practice in full pads for the Tigers. Starting running back Duane Coleman broke his foot and is expected to miss 6-8 weeks and wide receiver Michael Collins tore his quad and his expected to be out through the first game of the year against Wake Forest.
Vontrell Jamison Breaks Arm
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