Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy cracked a bone in his throwing (right) hand during Saturday's Senior Bowl.
According to a report from the Press-Register , McElroy banged his hand on a helmet after completing a pass to South Alabama wideout Courtney Smith on the first play of the 4th quarter.
The report quotes McElroy after the game and cites McElroy's father as the source who confirmed that the Alabama quarterback was x-rayed following the game, identifying the injury.
"I had no feeling the rest of the series," McElroy said following the game. "The ball was kind of sporadic. I couldn't get a grip on the ball. I still can't get a grip on the ball. I think it will be OK."
The injury is expected to keep McElroy from throwing for approximately two weeks. If this timetable holds true, McElroy could be able to participate in the upcoming Combine.
McElroy completed 5 of 8 passes for 36 yards in the Senior Bowl. He was seen shaking his hand in obvious discomfort later in the drive. Though he completed the series, he did not return.
McElroy completed 70.9% of his passes this season for 2,987 yards and 20 touchdowns. He threw only five interceptions.
He is currently rated by NFLDraftScout.com as the No. 10 quarterback available in 2011 and a potential 5th round pick.