On Sunday morning, reports surfaced that Arkansas senior quarterback Tyler Wilson suffered a broken collarbone in Saturday's loss to ULM.
While the team has only said he was injured "above the shoulders," ESPN's Joe Shad put the rumor of a broken collarbone to rest via Twitter.
"Tyler Wilson doesn't have a broken collarbone," noted Shad. "Arkansas may have more injury information later."
Arkansas senior quarterback Tyler Wilson did not come out of the locker room for the second half against Louisiana Monroe after suffering what the University is calling an "above the shoulder" injury.
The Razorbacks raced out to a 21-7 halftime lead over the Warhawks. Wilson took some pretty big hits in the first half but did not come out of the game at any point in the first two quarters. Arkansas is not referring to the issue as a concussion, but rather an "above the shoulder" injury.
One week ago wide receiver Cobi Hamilton also dealt with what the University deemed to be an above the shoulder injury and did not miss any practice time or a start in game two after not playing in the final three quarters of the season opener.
Wilson finished the first half 11-20 for 196 yards throwing two touchdowns and an interception, his status will continue to be monitored throughout the night.