Arkansas cornerback struck by car while leaving practice

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas cornerback Jordon Curtis escaped serious injury after he was struck by a car while leaving practice Sunday.

Razorbacks coach Chad Morris says Curtis was treated and released from a hospital, but he won't play in Friday's game against Missouri. According to a police report, Curtis suffered a wound above his right eye after he was struck by a car in a pedestrian crosswalk near the Fred W. Smith Football Center. Curtis is a redshirt freshman from Jenks, Oklahoma.

The driver was cited for failure to yield to a pedestrian and driving too fast for conditions.

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