Senior wide receiver Kendrick Rogers missed practice on Saturday because of an injury.

Rogers was seen wearing a walking boot, and Jimbo Fisher was asked about his status following Saturday’s practice.

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“He had a boot on. He had a lower leg injury. He’s got some swelling. They’ve (trainers) got him in a boot for a while. He should be all right,” Fisher noted.

“I’m not a doctor, but I don’t think it’s anything that’s going to be long-standing. He got tweaked a little bit. He got some swelling. We’ve had a couple of guys get that already. That’s part of camp.”

Fisher’s attitude towards Rogers’ injury was positive; so, he shouldn’t be out too long.

The 6-4, 205-pound pass catcher was a big piece to Texas A&M’s receiving corps in 2018. He recorded 27 catches for 336 yards and five touchdowns. Rogers made clutch catches throughout last season. His one-handed touchdown grab and the two-point conversions against LSU are catches fans will never forget. So, it’s important for Rogers to be healthy for Kellen Mond and the Aggies offense.

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