Clemson Football: Injury Report vs. Boston College 2019

CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA - SEPTEMBER 28: Nolan Turner #24, James Skalski #47 and Xavier Thomas #3 of the Clemson Tigers stop Sam Howell #7 of the North Carolina Tar Heels short of the goal line on a two-point conversion in the final minute of the fourth quarter at Kenan Stadium on September 28, 2019 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Clemson won 21-20. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA - SEPTEMBER 28: Nolan Turner #24, James Skalski #47 and Xavier Thomas #3 of the Clemson Tigers stop Sam Howell #7 of the North Carolina Tar Heels short of the goal line on a two-point conversion in the final minute of the fourth quarter at Kenan Stadium on September 28, 2019 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Clemson won 21-20. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images) /
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The Clemson football team was a little banged up coming out of the Louisville game. Here’s the injury report for the Tigers vs. Boston College.

The Clemson football team was a little banged up following the Louisville game. Several Tigers went down with injuries or missed time during the matchup with the Cardinals.

Will they be back this weekend for the game against Boston College?

Here’s a look at the Clemson football injury report heading into the matchup with Boston College Eagles.

Injury Report vs. Boston College:

  • OL Blake Vinson (Out for season), Patella injury
  • LB Bryton Constantin (Out for season, Torn ACL
  • DE Xavier Thomas (Probable), Concussion Protocol
  • OL John Simpson (Expected to Play), Ankle
  • WR Tee Higgins (Expected to Play), Hamstring
  • DB Derion Kendrick (Expected to Play), Turf toe

There were a lot of banged up Clemson football players following that Louisville game. Tee Higgins has struggled with a hamstring injury and hasn’t been 100 percent and John Simpson injured his ankle in the Louisville game.

Both of those guys, as well as Derion Kendrick, are expected to play this weekend against Boston College. RB Travis Etienne suffered a minor injury to his leg when he came up limping last week, but he is fine and will play Saturday also.

Clemson football was without DE Xavier Thomas last weekend. Dabo Swinney told the media this week that he has looked good in practices but that he will be a game time decision. At this point, Thomas is categorized as probable, but it might be more correct to put him as ‘questionable.’

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Hopefully we can see the Tigers get through this weekend healthy. You see minor injuries and guys get banged up as the season progresses and that’s normal. Clemson football has been fortunate to this point, for sure, to not suffer any major injuries or see many guys sit out extended time.