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stewart and tolbert injury update

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No, I'm plain right. His FOOT rolls to the inside. That's what I've said the entire time. That is how high ankle sprains happen, that is the same as the diagram in the link I sent you earlier. I specifically said "foot" (as did you) to eliminate confusion. The way he rolls it is the same way high ankle sprains happen and his foot went to the inside.

EDIT: Sorry Floppin, thought I was replying to the same person. If you go back in the thread and read L-Town's post at the top of page 3 and see my later reply. I make it very clear what I am talking about. L-Town initially said that his "foot" rolls to the outside which is not the way high ankle sprains happen.

I just want to get this straight. When I say that Stew's "foot" rolled to the outside away from the body, that means the top of his shoe is pointing away from the body and the cleats are pointed inward towards the other foot. That is how I define the foot rolling to the outside. Its not an argument I've seen the clip 50 times.

here is the vid you requested.

http://www.nfl.com/videos/carolina-panthers/0ap2000000055154/Jonathan-Stewart-injury

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why is this still being argued?

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Jonathan Stewart

47 minutes ago

Treatment first thing in the a.m. Getting better!

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I just want to get this straight. When I say that Stew's "foot" rolled to the outside away from the body, that means the top of his shoe is pointing away from the body and the cleats are pointed inward towards the other foot. That is how I define the foot rolling to the outside. Its not an argument I've seen the clip 50 times.

here is the vid you requested.

http://www.nfl.com/v...-Stewart-injury

But you also said this is not the way high ankle sprains occur and still said that I was wrong after I posted the article about high ankle sprains, including a diagram showing how they occur which is the same thing Stewart did.

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But you also said this is not the way high ankle sprains occur and still said that I was wrong after I posted the article about high ankle sprains, including a diagram showing how they occur which is the same thing Stewart did.

didn't they say it wasn't a high ankle sprain?

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didn't they say it wasn't a high ankle sprain?

Correct, it was not a high ankle sprain, but it was rolled in the same manner that cause high ankle sprains, it just wasn't that severe.

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So what happen to Tolbert?

I didnt see when he got hurt or was his knee just sore?

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So what happen to Tolbert?

I didnt see when he got hurt or was his knee just sore?

He is out tonight with a quad injury. They are just taking precaution with him.

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But you also said this is not the way high ankle sprains occur and still said that I was wrong after I posted the article about high ankle sprains, including a diagram showing how they occur which is the same thing Stewart did.

Yon know what, I forfeit. I know what I said and I know what I saw, and the fact that Stewart does not have a high ankle sprain is enough for me. So there you go bud. Have a good one!

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from last night...

Jonathan Stewart@Jonathanstewar1

Ice bucket mode! late night activities! Watchin Martin and icing !!

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Coach Ron Rivera has not suggested that any of his key players will miss Week 1.

Jonathan Stewart (ankle) and Steve Smith (foot) are both banged up, but we're expecting each to put in limited practices starting Sunday. Despite ongoing lower leg issues, Stewart has missed just two games in his four-year career and consistently plays well through pain. He's never averaged less than 4.3 yards per carry for a season.

rotoworld...

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sounds good i hope tolbert is ok

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Have a feeling we'll be missing at least one star player.

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