Source: Duck WR Bralon Addison suffered a non-contact injury to left knee at practice yesterday. Made a cut, went down. Diagnosis unknown.
— Erik Elken (@Erik_Elken) April 10, 2014
Diagnosis unknown, but non-contact knee injuries almost always turn out to be torn ACLs. If that is indeed the case, Addison would assuredly miss the 2014 season.
Addison emerged as a top target last year, catching 61 balls for 890 yards while pairing with Josh Huff to form the speediest receiving combo in the league. With Huff gone to graduation, Oregon could be looking to replace both its top wideouts. Keanon Lowe returns as a starter, leaving two spots open in the Ducks' base package. With Daryle Hawkins also graduating and Eric Dungy transferring, Chance Allen, Darren Carrington, B.J. Kelley, and Dwayne Stanford, who missed last season with an injury of his own, figure to be the names likely on the radar.