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Several Longhorns set to return to practice on Tuesday

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Several Longhorns are doubtful for Saturday’s meeting with Kansas State, while several others are expected to return in time for the game.

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On Monday afternoon during his weekly press conference, Texas Longhorns head coach Tom Herman provided an injury update on several Longhorns battling various ailments.

Senior defensive back Jamarquis Durst (shoulder sprain), redshirt freshman safety Montrell Estell (concussion), and redshirt sophomore offensive tackle Patrick Hudson (heat-related illness) were all listed as doubtful for Saturday’s Big 12 showdown with Kansas State.

Elsewhere, after returning to action action on Saturday from an MCL injury and a bone bruise, and later sustaining a minor hip injury against TCU before returning to the game, Texas freshman running back Keaontay Ingram is among those who will practice on Tuesday and are expected to play on Saturday against Kansas State.

Fellow freshman, safety/outside linebacker DeMarvion Overshown, is set to return to practice as well after missing the first four games with a knee injury. Another freshman, wide receiver Brennan Eagles, is also set to return to practice on Tuesday after missing the TCU game with a hamstring injury.

Starting left tackle Calvin Anderson and starting right tackle Sam Cosmi each missed practice on Sunday, but they’re expected to return this week and play against Kansas State. Starting center Zach Shackelford may return as well after battling an ankle injury.