Arkansas has reportedly suffered its first injury of fall camp, leading to some shuffling on the first-team offensive line for Sam Pittman’s squad.

Tom Murphy of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports, per sources, that Razorback center Ricky Stromberg suffered a knee injury to his medial collateral ligament (MCL). Murphy’s source added that the ligament was not torn. The report states that a timeline for Stromberg’s return is not known at this time.

Murphy’s report states that Ty Clary, Arkansas’ starting center for the past two years, worked with the first unit in Stromberg’s absence. Clary had been working at right guard. Beaux Limmer stepped in at right guard, per Murphy.

Stromberg, a junior, has 19 career starts entering this season.