In a short, 10-minute ACC teleconference this afternoon, Syracuse head coach, Scott Shafer talked injuries, specifically Robert Welsh, Brandon Reddish and Kyle Knapp.
"Robbie Welsh is doing well," Shafer said. "We had a scare with him, but he's back."
Welsh made his first career start against Penn State and has nine solo tackles on the young season.
"Brandon Reddish will probably be questionable for Clemson with a lower-leg injury," he said.
The junior has 11 total tackles.
Freshman offensive lineman, Kyle Knapp, is cleared to practice this week, too.
Syracuse is idle this weekend and will open up conference play against No. 3 Clemson at home on Saturday, October 5.
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