TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — No. 1 Alabama returned to the practice field Monday to begin preparing for No. 16 Arkansas. The Crimson Tide travel to Fayetteville, Ark., on Saturday for a date with the Razorbacks. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. ET on ESPN.
What we saw
- Wide receiver ArDarius Stewart (knee), who has missed the last two games, led one of the receiver lines. Alabama coach Nick Saban said the team is “hopeful” to have Stewart on Saturday.
- Running back Damien Harris (ankle) led his group through drills. Harris played in spot duty against Kentucky on Saturday. He should be a full go vs. Arkansas.
- Tight end O.J. Howard appeared to be a little limited. Howard stood off to the side and caught passes while the rest of the tight end group went through drills.
- Defensive end Dalvin Tomlinson showed no signs of being limited. Tomlinson briefly left the game this past Saturday but was able to return. Tomlinson said he took an awkward shot to the knee but feels fine now.
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