Scott Frost met with reporters Wednesday and gave an update of where the program stands as he heads into his first spring as the Nebraska football coach. One of the main topics Frost addressed was the Huskers’ health, and he included an update on wide receiver Tyjon Lindsey, who was one of two Nebraska players hospitalized with rhabdomyolysis in late January.
Frost said Lindsey is doing well and “looks quick and fast” heading into spring practice. Lindsey made 12 catches for 76 yards as a freshman in 2017.
Update on Tyjon Lindsey: Frost takes responsibility, but Lindsey has recovered well. "Done a great job." Looks quick and fast. Seems to be enjoying what is being done.
— Brandon Cavanaugh (@eightlaces) March 14, 2018
Frost says Tyjon Lindsey "is doing great. Ever since then, he's done great. Looks quick and fast." Takes responsibility for his hospitalization. #Huskers
— Tommy Rezac (@Tommy_KLIN) March 14, 2018
Frost also gave an update on some players who will be limited or out during spring practice, which starts Friday.
Defensive back JoJo Domann and linebacker Luke Gifford will be out with knee and hip injuries, respectively. Running back Tre Bryant and offensive lineman Cole Conrad will be limited, and linebacker Sedrick King and offensive lineman Michael Decker are questionable to go during the spring.
Frost says a number of Huskers will be out/limited this spring:
JoJo Domann – (knee)
Luke GIfford – (hip)
Sedrick King – might be back
Tre Bryant – limited
Cole Conrad – limited
Michael Decker – close, but not during spring
— Evan Bland (@EvanBlandOWH) March 14, 2018
The Huskers’ spring practices will lead up to a sold-out spring game at Memorial Stadium on April 21.