A pair of injured Alabama players were given “day-to-day” designations by Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban at his post-practice press conference on Wednesday evening in Tuscaloosa.

The news was tweeted by BamaOnline247 beat writer Charlie Potter on Wednesday:

Offensive lineman Kendall Randolph suffered a sprained ankle in a Saturday scrimmage, and that was a known setback.

A previously unknown injury on the Alabama roster was revealed when Saban said defensive back DeMarcco Hellams also suffered a sprained ankle this week in practice and will be out in a day-to-day capacity. A junior from Washington D.C., Hellams totaled 62 tackles, a sack, and 3 passes defended last season.