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Alabama Receiver Provides Positive Update Following Serious Injury.
The Crimson Tide playmaker turned to social media to thank fans and provide an update following surgery.

The Alabama Crimson Tide football team got the weekend off for Easter before returning for another two weeks of spring practice. It’s been a relatively nice first spring for new head coach Kalen DeBoer, with excitement spreading across the program.

The first major setback for the program occurred last Tuesday, when Alabama sophomore receiver Jalen Hale sustained a serious knee injury. Hale took to social media on Saturday to thank supporters for their well-wishes and provide an update on his condition after leaving the Mal Moore Athletic Facility via ambulance.

“I’m doing good everyone I’m out the hospital i’m moving around a little bit just waiting on my next process and get to my rehabilitation it wasn’t as bad as it could have been so I’m blessed and thankful for that I will return stronger than ever thanks everyone your support,” Hale posted on his Twitter account on Saturday.

Hale finished his freshman year with five receptions for 148 yards and a touchdown over 13 games. DeBoer said that he will miss the remainder of spring practice while he recovers from his injury.

“Good morning everyone just wanna say thank you for all the text and phone I have got so far I really appreciate the support and love and prayers,” Hale wrote in a Twitter post on Thursday.

The Crimson Tide has six more practices before their annual spring A-Day game on Saturday, April 13 at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Alabama will still have seven scholarship wide receivers to help them practice through the rest of the spring and perform at A-Day, including Kendrick Law, Kobe Prentice, and Germie Bernard.

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