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Andrew Luck has a bone injury too

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5 minutes ago, AussieTitanFan08 said:

Interesting that he had a calf strain and now they are reporting it as ankle pain/bone injury.

What's interesting is that the colts so readily announce his injury while the Titans are so hush about theirs.

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16 minutes ago, No1TitansFan said:

This is coming out after he's had three different scans? Seems kind of fishy; somebody's been holding something back.

For sure.  It went from calf strain to bone issue to now high ankle injuy.  Rumor mill says he may have Myositis Ossificans.

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18 minutes ago, AvgJoe said:

I hope they have to amputate. 

Not funny but funny.

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1 hour ago, rns90 said:

 Myositis Ossificans

Myositis ossificans is a condition where bone tissue forms inside muscle or other soft tissue after an injury. It tends to develop in young adults and athletes who are more likely to experience traumatic injuries. Most of the time, myositis ossificans occurs in the large muscles of the arms or the legs.

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5 minutes ago, FRT said:

Myositis ossificans is a condition where bone tissue forms inside muscle or other soft tissue after an injury. It tends to develop in young adults and athletes who are more likely to experience traumatic injuries. Most of the time, myositis ossificans occurs in the large muscles of the arms or the legs.

And what’s the remedy?

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I've been saying for weeks now how the Colts have been doing the exact same thing they did two years ago with Luck's other injury.

 

Everyone downplayed it, again, and now he is being held out of the entire preseason and is questionable for week 1. What a surprise! :rolleyes:

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