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Old 09-17-2013   #30
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Default Re: What is status of D Brown

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Originally Posted by House of Pain View Post
I heard D. Brown on the radio this morning talking about how much pain he was in during the game. He indicated that his ANKLE was in a great deal of pain and but for the tape job the trainers did, he probably wouldn't have been able to out there.

Is anyone else starting to get worried about this? We can lose a lot of players and still potentially make a deep playoff, but Brown is irreplaceable.
It actually makes sense. I laid out how he may have come back into the game after an ankle. If Kubiak got it right, and he did have a turf toe...........he suffered both a turf toe and an ankle injury aggravation, unfortunately most probably high ankle, during the game.

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Ankle injuries can at times not immediately demonstrate significant performance deficiency, especially if immediately wrapped. However, within 48 hours when swelling has been given a time to develop, the physical effects can change and present dramatically. Let me remind you that Brown was already listed with an "ankle" on the injury report, making it somewhat more concerning. At this point, an MRI will probably be performed tomorrow to make a definitive decision on the presence or absence of additional damage. We should know more after that......maybe.
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The play that the injury occurred on didn't seem awful. He was rolled up by the LG but it didn't seem to really catch his leg caught in the turf.
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It doesn't take much to turn a simple ankle sprain to high ankle sprain...........just a little twist while your cleats catch in the turf. Let's hope that is not the case.
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