Tennessee wide receiver Jason Croom will miss the team’s bowl game, wide receivers coach Zach Azzanni confirmed Tuesday. Croom suffered a knee injury┬áin practice earlier this week and will be unavailable for the Vols TaxSlayer Bowl Game against Iowa on Jan. 2.

Croom is the fourth Tennessee wide receiver to suffer a season-ending injury in 2014, following Marquez North (shoulder), Josh Smith (ankle) and Cody Blanc (achilles). The 6-foot-5, 243-pound receiver has been a solid option in the Vols offense, recording 305 yards and four touchdowns on 21 receptions.

Croom has battled injuries this season, including playing his first three games with a cast covering a wrist injury and being limited during the Vols’ regular season finale against Vanderbilt due to a leg injury.