The Arkansas secondary may have taken another blow during Wednesday’s practice.
SEC Country’s Jason Kersey has confirmed that sophomore defensive back Britto Tutt suffered a knee injury. The severity of the injury is not known, nor is the timetable for a potential return to the field.
Tutt is a newcomer to the Razorbacks, joining the team this season after playing at Ventura College in California in 2015. He has been competing for playing time in the Razorbacks defensive backfield this fall.
Arkansas learned earlier in the week that senior defensive back D.J. Dean has a hamstring injury, which could ultimately result in the use of a redshirt season.