Jimbo Fisher reveals 3 key Texas A&M players will miss rest of season with injury
Texas A&M is having a rough season. The Aggies have lost 2 games in a row, to Arkansas and Mississippi State.
They’re without starting QB Haynes King, who was injured in Week 2. Now, they’ll be without a couple of other key players for the rest of the season.
During his Monday press conference, coach Jimbo Fisher said OL Luke Matthews had shoulder surgery on Monday and will be out for the year:
Jimbo Fisher says Aggie OL Luke Matthews had surgery today (shoulder) and will miss the remainder of the season.
— Billy Liucci (@billyliucci) October 4, 2021
He added that key CB Myles Jones is also out for the year after undergoing foot surgery. And, to make matters worse, fellow DB Brian George might be out for the year as well:
Jimbo Fisher confirms that Myles Jones will miss the remainder of the year after undergoing surgery (foot). Brian George will potentially also miss the remainder of the year. Fisher calls Caleb Chapman "day-to-day."
— TexAgs (@TexAgs) October 4, 2021
The only good news there? WR Caleb Chapman is day-to-day with his injury. Hopefully, he can return to the field soon.
Elsewhere, the Aggies are losing several key players at a time when they can’t afford to.