During a team brawl at practice.
During the tenth practice period of Thursday night, Florida sophomore cornerback Vernon Hargreaves was seen limping badly and eventually was helped off the field by a pair of trainers. Afterwards, he was with an ice pack on his left knee.
It's not exactly sure how Hargreaves was hurt, or what the extent of the leg injury was, but it was noticed after a tackling drill between the defensive backs and the wide receivers turned into a scuffle on the field. Coaches had to separate the two position groups and it was then when Hargreaves was seen coming out of the pile limping.
The 5-foot-11, 190-pound Tampa, Fla. native started ten games as a true freshman last season where he earned third team all-American from the Associated Press.
Urbs fault obviously.