Arkansas QB Austin Allen injured his shoulder and wasn’t able to play in the fourth quarter of the Razorbacks’ loss to South Carolina on Saturday.

Now, as the Hogs prepare for a tough game against No. 1 Alabama on Saturday, Allen’s status is up in the air.

However, on Tuesday, Allen said he was back at practice, but not in a full capacity just yet (via 247Sports):

“I did handoffs and just kind of ran around and did some stuff,” Allen said. “Kind of just taking it slowly, day by day.”

On Monday, coach Bret Bielema said he wasn’t sure of Allen’s status, saying the senior would take things day by day. Allen said that’s still the plan:

“It was good,” Allen said. “Got an MRI yesterday and everything and everything came back looking good. Just like he said yesterday, taking it day by day and seeing how it all feels.”

Allen takes a ton of big hits and more than his fair share of sacks. If he’s not at 100 percent against Alabama, he either shouldn’t start or should focus on getting the ball out of his hands much quicker than normal.

Check out the game between the Hogs and Crimson Tide on Saturday night at 6:15 p.m. Central time on ESPN.