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Cams ankle is not right!

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He did it for the fans tonight...but he needs to have his ankle in a boot he limped and stutter stepped all night.... I know someone else saw this ...... he was moving smooth like normal and threw every pass off his back foot.

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You better go tell the doctors quick!!!

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Damn you probably did have a better look than the team doctors at 100 feet away

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He had the operation in March...

Stressing it now is gonna cause some pain. Sounds normal.

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ok.... I could understand if he was a special teams player but he is the Franchise..... he go down we go down just sayin.

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Not what I was looking to hear, but even if the ligaments are good to go it's going to take sometime for the strength to come back. Let's not overreact until we know for sure something is wrong. Hopefully he's not trying to shoulder the load, but the team doctors say he's good to go so let's play it by ear.

 

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He was medically cleared. The coaches showed zero concern about the way he played or currently is. It's fine, just painful.

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Cam's fine he's just freshly healed.  I'm not sure if you've ever broken an ankle or anything like that before.  I remember breaking my right ankle in high school.  I had a cast on for like 8 or 9 weeks.  When I was finally cleared and the cast was removed it was still natural feeling for me to walk with a limp.  It took about three weeks before I realized ok this thing isn't going to just snap on me again.  Not to mention throughout the course of his surgery and it's healing process his ankle has gotten weaker compared to the start of last year though it's getting stonger day by day.

 

Imagine playing an intense full court basketball game for the first time in two years.  It's pretty much like that for Cam's ankle.  The other ankle plays everyday.

 

Either way....he'll be fine.

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I haven't had surgery on my ankle, but I did once suffer a 3rd degree ankle sprain (complete tear of the ligaments in the ankle), my foot swole up like a brontosaurus, and I didn't walk for a month.  Once I was cleared to start running and playing again, my ankle burned for probably another two months after I was "healed" and would still swell after physical activity.

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