SAN JOSE -- San Jose State junior wide receiver Noel Grigsby left practice early Tuesday after sustaining a right shoulder injury, although it's not considered to be serious.
"He'll be fine, he just fell on it," Spartans coach Mike MacIntyre said.
Grigsby became the SJSU all-time leader with 165 receptions with his seven-catch, 124-yard performance in Saturday's 40-20 win over Colorado State. He broke Kevin Jurovich's record of 160 catches.
Senior left tackle David Quessenberry returned to practice Tuesday after missing Saturday's game with a sprained ankle. He's expected to be available for Saturday's game against San Diego State.
"He wasn't able to go the whole practice but he was able to do most of it," MacIntyre said.
Sophomore offensive lineman Keith Bendixen is also progressing in his rehab from a slightly dislocated right kneecap. He tested out the knee at practice, although he was not in pads. MacIntyre said he hasn't been ruled out for Saturday's game.
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