This spring hasn’t been kind to Utah tight ends, with two players at the position already down for the spring.
Unfortunately for the Utes, that number has been increased by one.
David Rolf, the starter at TE entering the spring, suffered a calf injury and will be sidelined for the foreseeable future. The school stated that he will miss the next “week or two” of spring practice while he recovers.
As a redshirt junior in 2011, Rolf caught three passes for 48 yards.
In addition to Rolf, Kendrick Moeai (shoulder) and Dallin Rogers (knee) have been sidelined with injuries. Unlike Rolf, both of those seniors will miss all of spring practice.