Alabama head coach Nick Saban provided an injury update on a few Crimson Tide players following top-ranked Alabama’s dominant 45-7 win over Tennessee on Saturday.

The first update was on running back Josh Jacobs, according to a report from 247Sports’ BamaOnLine:

“He’s just got an ankle (injury),” Saban said. “He probably will be in a boot for a few days, but he should be OK.”

On defensive end Da’Shawn Hand, who has an MCL strain:

“Da’Shawn will be working out all week. We do expect him to be able to practice. We’ll see how it goes to see if he’s ready to play in the next game.”

On linebacker Rashaan Evans:

Evans sustained “a little shoulder stinger, but he was able to come back from that.”

The Crimson Tide will host No. 23 LSU on Saturday, Nov. 4, at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.