Kentucky coach Rich Brooks gave an injury update on Monday. Junior-college defensive end DeQuin Evans went through limited work in practice and apparently tolerated the experience well. Evans has been hampered by a hamstring strain.
Leaving practice early was sophomore offensive guard Jake Lanefski. Lanefski departed with a knee injury. At this time the extent of Lanefski's injury is unknown, as he is still being evaluated.
Sitting out practice with an injured foot was running back Alfonso Smith, who is contending for a starting spot. On a more promising note Brooks said that the senior tailback's injured foot appeared much improved. Smith will undergo an MRI to evaluate the injury that put him on the sidelines this past Saturday.
Monday's injury update
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