Nick Saban addressed the media on Thursday, following Alabama’s final practice before it’s A-Day spring game. The head coach gave updates on injuries and his depth chart.

Several expected starters won’t be available for Saturday’s game.

Some of those absent players aren’t a surprise. Robinson sprained his ankle and knee last week and hasn’t returned to contact drills yet, while Cyrus Jones and Denzel Devall have both been sidelined this spring.

Others, like Allen and Anderson, both have starting roles lined up. Jones is battling for a starting safety spot, and his absence may hurt his case. Left tackle Cam Robinson will also sit out, per

Saban also said that his depth chart isn’t set yet. That includes the quarterback position.

Jacob Coker and Alec Morris are set to play with the first team offense in Saturday’s intrasquad game, but that apparently doesn’t mean they’re entrenched as the top two quarterbacks by any means. Saban has praised several of his quarterbacks, such as Morris and redshirt freshman David Cornwell, but has also told the media he’s waiting for one passer to take control of the race. Coker, who transferred from Florida State and was Blake Sims’ backup last year, is the player many expect to do that, but it doesn’t sound as if he’s separated himself yet.

Saban also touched on his feelings on the media. Apparently, he’s not fond of reporters asking his players about their teammates. He also seemed to threaten how much he’d allow the media to talk to his team, saying that reporters who ask players about other players could lose their access.