Tennessee lost some depth on the offensive line, at least for the short term and likely longer when it was reported that K’Rojhn Calbert suffered bicep injury.

Calbert is a veteran lineman for the Vols, and most recently worked at tackle in spring practice. He’s played in 32 career games with five starts all at right tackle. Calbert underwent an MRI for further clarification and is potentially lost for the season per sources, Volquest reported.

The fifth-year senior has struggled to stay healthy dating back to high school. When healthy he found his way into the starting lineup during his Vol career.

Last season, Calbert saw action in nine games as a reserve and on special teams. He played 79 total snaps on the year, including 51 on offense and 28 on special teams, according to his team bio. He did not allow a sack and allowed only two pressures on the year according to PFF. He played in a season-high 21 offensive snaps against Florida at right tackle … Did not play against Vanderbilt.

In 2019, he appeared in all 13 games, and made five starts at right tackle, including two of the final three games of the year. He also saw time at right guard and proved to be a developing force during Tennessee’s season-ending six-game win streak.