Surgeon Provides Update on Ankle injury for Antonio Brown

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers released a statement on the claim from Antonio Brown that Bruce Arians forced him to play despite his ankle not being fully healed

Antonio Brown and his ankle are not going to be playing in the playoffs this year.

But how serious is his actual injury?

Antonio Brown refused to re-enter Sunday’s game against the Jets due to a lingering ankle injury. Via Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, Brown indeed has a lingering ankle injury.

Stroud reports that Brown visited with a “top surgeon” outside the team, and that the evaluation (including an MRI) confirmed that he has “serious pain.” The belief, per Stroud, is that Brown “probably should’ve never been on the field to begin with on Sunday.”


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Brown didn’t practice on Thursday and Friday due to the ankle injury, and that he was listed as questionable for Sunday’s game.

But you figure if AB was that close to all those cash incentives, he probably was the one who decided to suit up.

Injured ankle or not, he’s a cancer, and the Bucs will be fine without him.


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