They haven't even reported for fall camp, but the status of two key members of the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns football team is in question after both suffered offseason injuries.

Cajuns TE Chase Rogers and Kicker Stevie Artigue both suffered injuries in offseason workouts.  According to Tim Buckley of the Daily Advertiser, a spokesperson for the Cajuns confirmed both had been injured and would be reevaluated at the beginning of fall workouts.

According to the article, the Cajuns would not comment on a rumor that Rogers had already undergone surgery for a foot injury and that Artigue had also undergone surgery for an ACL injury.

The status of the two is unknown as far as their participation in the 2018 season is concerned.

Rogers was listed first on the depth chart as the unattached tight end.  Artigue has been the primary kicker for the Cajuns the last three seasons.

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