TUSCALOOSA, Ala. _ The University of Alabama football team will be without two starters for a while due to injuries sustained during Saturday’s 33-23 victory against West Virginia.

Coach Nick Saban said that senior wide receiver DeAndrew White will likely be out two weeks as expected with a shoulder injury.

Meanwhile, after complaining of some foot pain X-rays revealed that senior safety Jarrick Williams sustained what’s called a Jones fracture at the base of the small toe.

He had surgery to insert a screw on Sunday and will be out approximately four games.

Williams, who was credited with three tackles against the Mountaineers, is Alabama’s “star,” which is the fifth defensive back in the nickel package when the strongside linebacker is pulled. Geno Smith and Maurice Williams will likely fill in during his absence.

White sustained the injury on his last of six receptions for 73 yards, during Alabama’s first possession of the second half. After making a 19-yard reception he took a hit on the shoulder and then landed hard on it as well.

Two receivers who took more reps in White’s absence were senior Christion Jones and sophomore Chris Black.

Alabama will hold its home opener against Florida Atlantic on Saturday (noon ET, SEC Network).