Penn State defensive tackle Brandon Ware was sidelined with an injury in Monday's practice according to Joe Paterno Get the lowdown here.

Reserve defensive tackle Brandon Ware sustained a broken right foot in Monday's practice drills according to Joe Paterno during his weekly press conference.

According to team physician Wayne Sebastianelli, Ware is expected to remain sidelined for at least three to four weeks.

Ware's injury is the most recent set back for Coach Larry Johnson's defensive tackle rotation, which most recently saw the transfer of Abe Koroma to Western Illinois and the sidelining of Tom McEowen for most of the preseason with a shoulder injury.

Johnson still has a variety of defensive tackles to build a rotation around, including Jared Odrick, Ollie Ogbu, Chimaeze Okoli and Devon Still.

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