TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Alabama tailback Mark Ingram appears on track to return against Duke.
Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban said Monday the Heisman Trophy winner will practice Monday after missing the first two games with a knee injury.
Saban says Ingram will get limited practice repetitions "just to see how he gets back into it." Ingram worked some last Thursday, but the coaches decided he didn't log enough practice time to risk playing for the top-ranked Tide against Penn State.
Backup Trent Richardson was the SEC's co-offensive player of the week for his 144-yard performance in the 24-3 victory against Penn State.
Saban also says linebacker Chris Jordan (shoulder) and offensive tackle James Carpenter (ankle) will likely be limited with injuries.