Monday August 11th, 2014

Penn State tight end Adam Breneman is out indefinitely with an injury, the school announced Monday.

Specifics of the injury were not disclosed.

As a true freshman last season, Breneman started five games and caught 15 passes for 186 yards and three touchdowns. 

The Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, native was the No. 3 tight end in the class of 2013, according to Rivals.com. He missed his entire senior season after sustaining a torn ACL.

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The Nittany Lions are deep at tight end, as juniors Jesse James and Kyle Carter both amassed over 200 receiving yards last season.

Penn State opens the season Aug. 30 against UCF in Dublin, Ireland.

- Chris Johnson

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