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Ron Rivera says that RB Jonathan Stewart's ankle x-rays came back negative, but he will not play against the #Steelers on Thursday night.

Ron Rivera says that RB Jonathan Stewart's ankle x-rays came back negative, but he will not play against the #Steelers on Thursday night.

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August 27, 2012
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Ron Rivera says that RB Jonathan Stewart's ankle x-rays came back negative, but he will not play against the #Steelers on Thursday night.

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Good to hear.

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High ankles take 3-5 weeks usually..but Stew is a beast man...hate to see it happen to one of our unique weapons

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I missed the Tolbert injury... Be strong backfield..the Jets had Bounty like play in that first Q!

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It was not a high ankle sprain. The high sprain comes from the foot rolling inward towards the opposite leg. Stews foot rolled to the outside which makes it just a common sprain. He should be completely ready for opening week. And no I'm not a doctor but this is common knowledge.

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I like Armond Smith

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I like Armond Smith

The guy did look good last night

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Is there any kind of update on Stew this morning?

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It was not a high ankle sprain. The high sprain comes from the foot rolling inward towards the opposite leg. Stews foot rolled to the outside which makes it just a common sprain. He should be completely ready for opening week. And no I'm not a doctor but this is common knowledge.

That is exactly what happened though. His foot rolled inward toward his opposite leg. What happened to Stew is exactly how high ankle sprains occur.

http://www.aidmyankle.com/high-ankle-sprains.php

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It's definitely a high ankle sprain.

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