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    Eagles RT Lane Johnson: “Inside of my ankle has collapsed.”


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    I have no clue why this guys been playing at all. I said 6 weeks ago this guy should be sitting until he gets healthy

    I respect the toughness but he should’ve sat

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    gg

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    Awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by last stand View Post
    I have no clue why this guys been playing at all. I said 6 weeks ago this guy should be sitting until he gets healthy

    I respect the toughness but he should’ve sat
    Absolutely. This is brutal.

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    This sounds horrific.

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    Apparently this means the tendons in his foot/ankle are weakened to a degree that he now has a flat foot.

    I hope he can recover from it.

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    Man.. I feel like the eagles do this a lot, play injured players before they should come back and then it just makes things worse.

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    Eagles RT Lane Johnson: “Inside of my ankle has collapsed.”

    Quote Originally Posted by QB_Eagles View Post
    Apparently this means the tendons in his foot/ankle are weakened to a degree that he now has a flat foot.

    I hope he can recover from it.
    I saw somewhere that supposedly Travis kelce had the same surgery a few years ago that lane Johnson is getting on his ankle. Obviously there’s different degrees of severity and everything (and I’m not a medical expert) but I think he’ll be fine.

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