Injury Report: Sept. 6

NORMAN, Okla. — It looks like there were no rollover injuries from game one to game two.

Everyone that played against Tulsa appears to be healthy on this off week before the Sooners head to Tallahassee, Fla., to take on the Florida State Seminoles.

"Yeah, we're fine, our guys will [be ready]," said OU head coach Bob Stoops. "I expect everybody to still be ready to play."

Linebacker Tom Wort got nicked up on a play but eventually walked off under his own power.

"I actually took a shot to the ribs and just couldn't breathe for a bit," Wort said. "So, I just had to relax for a minute, but, you know, nothing serious."

Right tackle Daryl Williams suffered a sprained ankle but should be fine as well in a couple days.

Offensive tackle Jarvis Jones and linebacker Travis Lewis, each of which did not participate in the first game, are making great strides towards getting back on the field.

Lewis, of course, broke the big toe in his left foot the first week of fall camp, and Jones tore his patella tendon.

Stoops said, however, that both would likely not return for the next game coming off the idle week.

Still, the progress is encouraging.

In fact, Jones got in some work yesterday.

"He looked good," Stoops said. "You know, he had a helmet on yesterday and shoulder pads not going in any [drills with the team] but working out individually going through drills and so he's making good progress. Again, don't expect him back next week, though."

Lewis, on the other hand, has not practiced but did get out of the cast and into a boot, which is a step in the right direction as well.

"Yeah, [the trainers are saying] that it's going well, but whatever that means doesn't mean a whole lot [in terms of him returning]," Stoops said.

Sooners Illustrated will have more on these guys as soon as it becomes available.

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