Report: Alabama LB Christian Miller suffers biceps tear, could miss season

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Alabama linebacker Christian Miller suffered a biceps tear in Saturday night's 24–7 win over Florida State and is expected to miss the rest of the season, according to Matt Zenitz of AL.com.

Miller is a redshirt junior and finished the first game of the season with three tackles and one tackle for a loss. Miller was not the only linebacker to get hurt in the game. Terrell Lewis suffered an elbow injury and was seen with his arm in a sling. Rashaan Evans was dealing with a groin injury and Anfernee Jennings had ankle issues. Even without the four linebackers, Alabama still kept Florida State from scoring.

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Miller underwent sports hernia surgery in April. He recorded 16 tackles and two sacks as a reserve last season. 

Alabama will play Fresno State next week.

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