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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

October 5, 2009 at 1:23 PM

Injury update

The Monday press conference has concluded and as you might expect, there was lots of post-mortem on the Notre Dame game. I’ll pass along a lot of that later, including some more on the scheduling news mentioned earlier.
But first, wanted to post a couple of injury updates:
— Safety Justin Glenn will have surgery Wednesday to repair a broken fibula as well as some ligament damage and coach Steve Sarkisian said he is out for the season. He will be replaced by Greg Walker and Victor Aiyewa with Jason Wells and Nathan Fellner adding depth, as well, Sarkisian said. The mention of Wells is the first from Sarkisian in awhile, but he said Wells is on the way back and could be ready soon to contribute. Wells been working with the scout team the last few weeks recovering from an Achilles injury that was aggravated during fall camp.
— Sarkisian said WR D’Andre Goodwin and S Nate Williams, who each suffered concussions in the ND game, should be fine for Saturday. He noted that he understands each looked bad at the time, especially Goodwin’s, but that neither player was injured to the extent it might have appeared.
— LB E.J. Savannah and WR Devin Aguilar will each likely be back this week, Sarkisian said. Each made the trip to Notre Dame and suited up, but neither played — Savannah suffering from a plantar fascitiis injury, Aguilar a knee. He said each could have played in an emergency, But he said the wet conditions of the field would have made it riskier to play either of them.
— G Greg Christine has been suffering from an ankle injury, one reason he was replaced by Nick Wood for the second half Saturday. But Sarkisian said Wood has also been practicing well enough of late to earn the playing time. He said a starter for Saturday’s game at that spot will be determined later but that both will play as the season goes forward.
More later.

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