Per a report from 247Sports John Brice, Tennessee running back Alvin Kamara is dealing with multiple knee injuries following the Volunteers 49-10 loss to Alabama.

Per Brice, Kamara has a sprained LCL and a meniscus injury that likely requires surgery. Per Brice, the injuries could take 2-to-4 weeks to heal but could be longer.

Kamara has emerged in recent weeks after Tennessee’s other star running back, Jalen Hurd, missed the Texas A&M game. Kamara racked up 312 all-purpose yards against Texas A&M and scored the Volunteers only touchdown against Alabama.

The junior running back has rushed for 312 yards this season and three touchdowns. He also leads all SEC running backs in receptions and receiving yards with 22 catches and 260 yards. He’s also has three receiving touchdowns.

The injury is just another in a season full of them for the Volunteers. All-SEC Linebacker Jalen Reeves Maybin has been ruled out for the season, as has defensive tackle Kahlil McKenzie after picking a shoulder injury against Alabama. All-SEC cornerback Cam Sutton has also been out for an extended period of time after breaking his ankle. The offensive line has had to constantly be reshuffled after multiple injuries to the group.