Alabama’s linebacking corps looks to have sustained a major blow as Christian Miller, who started at Sam on Saturday night against Florida State, could miss the rest of this season.
The redshirt junior, who finished the game with 3 tackles and a tackle for loss, has reportedly suffered a torn biceps and may not return in 2017, sources told Matt Zenitz of AL.com on Sunday.
The group will also have to overcome another season-ending setback to sophomore Terrell Lewis, tore a ligament in his elbow and is planning to have surgery on Tuesday.
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