Haynes King injury update: Texas A&M QB likely out for season, per report
Texas A&M has been without QB1 Haynes King since the redshirt freshman was injured in the team’s Week 2 game at Colorado. It appears King won’t be returning any time soon.
Ahead of the Alabama-Texas A&M game, Jamie Erdahl of CBS Sports relayed word from Aggies coach Jimbo Fisher that King is “unlikely” to play again in the 2021 season.
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Redshirt sophomore Zach Calzada relieved King in the Colorado game and led the Aggies to a 10-7 victory in Denver. In Calzada’s 3 starts prior to Saturday, the Aggies are 1-2, beating New Mexico but falling to SEC West foes Arkansas and Mississippi State.
Calzada entered Saturday’s game as a 69-of-128 passer, throwing for 744 yards, 5 touchdowns and 4 interceptions. Calzada has also rushed 22 times for 32 yards and a TD through the first 5 games