Miss. State Football Player Dead at 19, Video Alleges Alabama WR Hit Fan

Mississippi State football player Westmoreland dead at 19 - Video appears to show Alabama WR hitting fan - Cowboys' Prescott medically cleared to play - Broncos' Wilson to get MRI for hamstring - Buccaneers' Jensen to return

Mississippi State football player Westmoreland dead at 19

Mississippi State football offensive lineman Sam Westmoreland, 19, was found dead by sheriff's deputies at Blackjack Missionary Baptist Church, which is four miles off Mississippi State’s campus, Fox reported. No foul play is suspected, the Oktibbeha County coroner said, although an investigation is ongoing to determine the cause of death, ESPN reported.

Video appears to show Alabama WR hitting fan

Alabama is investigating after a video emerged on social media that appeared to show wide receiver Jermaine Burton striking a female fan who rushed the field following Alabama's 52-49 loss to Tennessee on Saturday at Neyland Stadium, ESPN reported.

Burton can be seen in the video sticking his arm out, which appears to make contact with a female fan rushing the field, Fox reported.

Emily Isaacs posted the video of the incident on her TikTok account, commenting: "Jermaine Burton smacking me in the head while walking past him after their loss Saturday," adding a thumbs-up emoji and an #ouch hashtag.

"We are aware of the situation with Jermaine Burton as he was exiting the field Saturday," Alabama coach Nick Saban said in a statement. "We are currently working to gather more information."

Cowboys' Prescott medically cleared to play

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has been medically cleared to play ahead of the Week 7 matchup with the Detroit Lions. Head coach Mike McCarthy made the announcement and said Prescott is expected to throw 40-50 passes at practice on Wednesday, as well as participate in a mock game, CBSSports reported.

Broncos' Wilson to get MRI for hamstring

Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson got an MRI for his hamstring injury. Per a report, the injury is considered "fairly significant," and Russell is considered "day-to-day." Although Russell is in pain, he is going to push to play, CBSSports reported.

"It got me pretty good in the fourth quarter, but you know, just tried to play through it and all that," Wilson told reporters. "I felt good moving around, running around, throwing it and everything else, especially early on, and that happened, so that was a little unfortunate."

Buccaneers' Pro-Bowl center Jensen Jensen to return and more football news.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Pro-Bowl center Ryan Jensen is expected to return to the lineup, giving the team a massive upgrade at the position where they desperately need it, Sports Illustrated reported.

Jensen suffered a serious knee injury early in training camp; however, no specific details had ever emerged regarding the injury. He was expected to be lost for the entire season, but rumors say Jensen is slated to return soon.