July 18, 2024

Easter weekend was spent off by the Alabama Crimson Tide football team before they returned for two more weeks of spring practice. With enthusiasm obvious across the program, Kalen DeBoer’s first spring as head coach has been largely good. The first significant setback for the program occurred last Tuesday when Jalen Hale, a sophomore receiver for Alabama, sustained a serious knee injury. After leaving the Mal Moore Athletic Facility in an ambulance on Saturday, Hale updated his status on social media and thanked supporters for their well wishes.I’m doing well, everyone. I’m out of the hospital and moving around a little. I’m waiting for my next procedure to start and am grateful that my rehabilitation wasn’t as awful as it could have been. I will be stronger than ever when I return. Thank you to everyone for their support.” On Saturday, Hale tweeted. With five receptions for 148 yards and a touchdown in 13 games, Hale wrapped up his first campaign. DeBoer stated that while he heals from his injury, he will miss the rest of spring practice. “Good morning everyone just wanna say thank you for all the text and phone I have got so far I really appreciate the support and love and prayers,” Hale said to Twitter on Thursday. Six more for the Crimson Tide

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