Kriss Proctor Injury Update: Navy QB Has Elbow Injury, 'Long Shot' To Play Vs. Nore Dame

It looks like Navy will have to play a key game against Notre Dame without starting quarterback Kriss Proctor. The Midshipmen's signal caller suffered an elbow injury in Navy's loss to East Carolina on Saturday and was in a sling at practice on Monday, reports Patrick Stevens of the Washington Times. Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo said he doesn't expect Proctor to play.

"It’s probably a long shot that he’ll play this week," Niumatalolo said of Proctor.

In Proctor's absence, Trey Miller will start for Navy, who is looking to snap a five-game losing streak. Miller relieved Proctor on Sunday and helped Navy make a comeback attempt before eventually falling short.

As Stevens reports, this isn't Proctor's first experience with a dislocated elbow. He suffered the same injury in high school and has also dealt with it twice already in college.

For more on Proctor's injury and the Navy vs. Notre Dame game, visit this Storystream.

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