Alabama use report: New demeanour during left tackle with starter injured

It’s indeed starting to feel like tumble during Alabama football practice. A gentle afternoon greeted a Crimson Tide for a Tuesday workout.   

Here’s a small of what was celebrated in a media observation window:

— It looks like Matt Womack could be a answer during left tackle if Jonah Williams is not accessible for Saturday’s diversion with Arkansas. Last season’s starter during right tackle was holding first-team reps on a left side with Williams recuperating from a sprained ankle.

— Williams was dressed in a white full-contact jersey though wasn’t speckled in drills for a second true day.

— Scott Lashley was a left tackle in a second organisation behind Womack.

— Everyone else seemed to be healthy and in a same positions.

— The second-team cornerbacks continue to be Josh Jobe and Nigel Knott/Saivion Smith.

— Cornerback Trevon Diggs had a good juggling, tipped-around interception in warm-up, one-on-one drills.

— ESPN had a camera organisation out there sharpened use after entrance to city for Tua Tagovailoa’s interview progressing Tuesday.

Michael Casagrande is an Alabama kick author for a Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter @ByCasagrande or on Facebook.

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