Alabama Crimson Tide RB Trey Sanders to miss 2019 season

BATON ROUGE LA- NOVEMBER 03 An Alabama Crimson Tide helmet rests on the sideline during a game between the LSU Tigers and Alabama Crimson Tide

BATON ROUGE LA- NOVEMBER 03 An Alabama Crimson Tide helmet rests on the sideline during a game between the LSU Tigers and Alabama Crimson Tide

After suffering what is being described as a "significant foot injury", five-star freshman running back Trey Sanders is expected to miss the entire 2019 season.

One of Alabama's first-team linebackers went down with an injury during the Crimson Tide's scrimmage on Saturday. Linebacker Joshua McMillon, who is running with the first team at inside linebacker, suffered a potential knee injury during the scrimmage.

Sanders had shown promise since arriving on campus, according to Saban. Freshman defensive lineman DJ Dale, who has been earning rave reviews, sustained a sprained knee and will be out a couple of weeks.

Matt Zenitz is an Alabama and Auburn reporter for the Alabama Media Group. "We did not scrimmage him today, but he is starting to do some things in practice", Saban said.

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Alabama returns to the field Monday at 7:30 p.m. for its eighth practice of fall camp.

Alabama opens its season August 31 against Duke at Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium. "We've got some guys that have experience that are probably a lot closer to being game-ready than others, and we have a lot of other guys that we need to really work hard with so that we develop a lot of depth on our team".

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