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Chris Gamble tweaks ankle in practice

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Panthers | Chris Gamble injures ankle

Thu, 22 Sep 2011 12:34:42 -0700

Carolina Panthers CB Chris Gamble (ankle) suffered an ankle injury during practice Thursday, Sept. 22, but the injury is not considered to be serious.

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Lets hope its not considered serious. Gamble is becoming our top defensive player

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ETA until someone posts a book about how Gamble is a bust, not worth his contract, our worst defender, or kicked their dog?

Smartassery aside I hope it's nothing that keeps him out of the game on Sunday. Can't afford to keep losing our good defensive players.

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Meh, poo happens. Hardly anyone in the NFL is ever truly 100% healthy. As long as he can still play we're all good.

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meh we don't even need CBs for this next game anyways

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Smitty played on a bad ankle all last season.

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