Texas A&M wide receiver Ricky Seals-Jones left Saturday’s game against Arkansas in the final minute of the first half after he suffered an apparent left leg injury.
Quarterback Trevor Knight scrambled and collided with Seals-Jones, who needed help getting off the field because he couldn’t put weight on his left leg.
Seals-Jones is one of Texas A&M’s best big playmakers and would be difficult to replace if he is out for any significant length of time. As of early in the third quarter, Texas A&M officials still hadn’t released any official report on Seals-Jones status.
ESPN sideline reporter Holly Rowe reported Seals-Jones had an injured ankle and was unlikely to return to the game. Another report said Seals-Jones required an X-ray in the locker room.
Im told Ricky Seals-Jones is getting an X-Ray in the locker room. Status for the rest of the game is questionable.
— Taylor Hamm (@TaylorHamm247) September 25, 2016
Early in the third quarter, Seals-Jones was seen in street clothes on the Texas A&M sideline with a walking boot on his left foot.