Justin Flowe Out ‘Indefinitely’ With Ankle Injury

Justin Flowe
EUGENE, OREGON – MAY 01: Justin Flowe #10 of the Oregon Ducks looks on in the fourth quarter during the Oregon spring game at Autzen Stadium on May 01, 2021 in Eugene, Oregon. (Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty Images)

Justin Flowe missed the Ohio State game due to nursing an ankle injury, and he has now been ruled out for the foreseeable future.

The Oregon Ducks just days after shocking the College Football world have received some horrible news. That news is that key player and their star linebacker has been ruled out indefinitely.

“It’s a pretty significant injury,” Cristobal said. “Always hopeful, but it seems to be a little bit longer term than anything else.”

Although Cristobal would not define any specifics on the injury or even a timetable for return. The injury will be a major blow the Oregon Defense. When he came to the University of Oregon, Justin Flowe was the second-highest-rated recruit in Program history. He appeared in just one game during his freshman season before going down with a torn Meniscus.

As of right now, the Ducks have better results on Star Defensive Player Kayvon Thibodeaux, but still no word on his return.

Cristobal also announced that Tight End Cam McCormick is out for the season with a right leg injury. He has missed the last three seasons because of an injury.

This is Breaking News.

More to Come.


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