DaVaris Daniels hurts shoulder, could be out till bowl game

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Notre Dame got the win at Boston College on Saturday night, but might have suffered two big losses.

Wide receiver DaVaris Daniels hurt his shoulder when he landed after unsuccessfully going up for a pass in the end zone early in the third quarter. Daniels did not return, and Brian Kelly said he’ll have a precautionary MRI and that he’ll know more on Sunday.

But Daniels’ father, former Bears defensive end Phillip Daniels, tweeted that “we will be without DaVaris for a little while. Keep him in your prayers.” He did say Daniels “will be back for the bowl game.”

Also, cornerback KeiVarae Russell suffered a head injury in the third quarter.

“We were conversing with him,” Kelly said. “He seemed to be doing well, but we’ll further evaluate that over the next 24-48 hours.”

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