N.C. State quarterback Russell Wilson was back at practice Tuesday in a jersey with a red cross designating him for limited duty.
Wilson suffered a Grade 3 concussion in Thursday night’s opener at South Carolina and is out indefinitely. Dr. Tim Garner, the team neurosurgeon, also attended practice Tuesday but a team spokesman couldn’t confirm whether Garner was there specifically to watch Wilson.
Assistant sports information director Pat Norris said that as an injured player, Wilson was unavailable for comment after practice. At the end of practice, Wilson took turns catching simulated punts along with the rest of the punt returners.
Daniel Evans, designated the starter for Saturday’s game with William & Mary, said he doesn’t expect this week to be much different for him in terms of preparation. He will make his 18th career start.
"I may be getting more reps in practice, but that’s about it,” Evans said.