Two Notre Dame Players Suffer Major Injuries

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Two Notre Dame Players Suffer Major Injuries

Two Notre Dame players expected to be significant contributors in the fall suffered serious injuries during Saturday's first spring practice in pads. According to Keith Arnold of NBCSports.com, rising junior defensive end Chase Hounshell suffered another torn labrum, which is a brutal blow for a player that had a shoulder injury cost him the 2012 season. The 6-4, 275-pounder played in seven games as a freshman in 2011, when he recorded four tackles. And while Stephon Tuitt, Sheldon Day and Jarron Jones are slated to get meaningful reps at end in 2013, having a healthy Hounshell would make a strong unit even deeper.

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