Keith Price Injury Update: Huskies Quarterback Taking Hard Hits, Noticeably Limping

Sophomore Washington Huskies quarterback Keith Price has not been playing at one hundred percent for the Huskies the entire season, which is hard to believe considering his incredible success so far.

In the season opener against Eastern Washington, Price sprained his right knee and started wearing a custom brace. Then, the next week against Nebraska he  sprained his left knee and switched his brace to his left leg.

Price was noticeably limping near the end of the Huskies' game against Cal last week, and already is visibly limping on that same left knee in Saturday's game against Utah.

The Huskies offensive line has been struggling all game, and as a result Price has been taking some hard hits,

Price is on the #uwhuskies bench getting right ankle taped after limping off from that last sack. tied at 7, mid 2Q (Via: @gbellseattle)

Price's limited mobility looks like it was effecting his ability to escape blitzes and find open receivers in the first half.

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