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Old 09-21-2004   #10
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Originally Posted by WWJD
Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't "ankle sprains" one of those injuries that most players can play with? Don't they just tape them up strong, give them a shot of painkiller or whatever and have them go at it?

I know for a RB it might be really hard if your ankle is hurt though.

I guess with the NFL injury rules you have to report a hangnail these days too.
Ankle sprains are tricky because they can be of varying severity. Deuce McCallister (sp?) of New Orleans is expected to miss up to 4 weeks with a sprained ankle. Then there is the dreaded high ankle sprain that one of the Browns suffered against Dallas, and I think he's expect to miss most of the season.

I still think Priest will start because he's a key to their offense when it's clicking.
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