Keith Price Injury: Washington QB Suits Up But Wears Knee Brace, Doesn’t Practice On Tuesday

Washington Huskies quarterback Keith Price has struggled with injuries this season, taking big hits time and again while putting his knees and ankles at risk. The latest incident came last weekend against the USC Trojans: Price was sacked in the third quarter and had to leave the game with a knee sprain.

According to Bob Condotta, Price suited up on Tuesday but had a knee brace on. He did not take any snaps with the team while back-up Nick Montana practiced with the first-team.

As the week wears on, the chance of Price missing Saturday's game against the Oregon St. Beavers continues to increase. The knee brace throws further doubt into Price's ability to play on Saturday.

Head coach Steve Sarkisian has stated that Price could miss the game but will wait before determining Price's final status for Saturday's game. If the sophomore quarterback cannot go this weekend, Montana will take his place against the Beavers in Corvallis.  

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