News Item: : Mangold has apex ankle sprain, 'acutely iffy' for Jets' next engagement
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Posted by master
Tuesday 20 September 2011 - 14:08:50

Take off Mangold effect cause to sit this one out for the New York Jets. An MRI exam Monday revealed that the All-Pro center has a high ankle sprain that could sideline him for at least this Sunday's artifice against the Oakland Raiders.

"I would say his station for the pastime, I would appropriate, (is) certainly iffy," Jets prepare Rex Ryan said. "I don't conceive of it looks exceedingly capable as far as playing this week."

Mangold injured his honesty ankle during the commencement quadrature of the Jets' 32-3 winning over with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. He had ethical made a sober hindrance on a 7-yard run by Shonn Greene when he went down as the Jaguars' Daryl Smith rolled into his leg.

Mangold limped into the locker stay for X-rays, which were negating, but didn't resurfacing. He Nautical port the ground on crutches and his foot in a boot. "Perfect frustrating," Mangold said after the contest.

"It's not what I desire. It's not what I expected. It's onerous." Grave ankle sprains for the most part hold a few weeks to renew, so it appears Mangold's line of starting all 82 acceptable-occasion games since he was drafted in 2006 is in acute jeopardy.

"He thinks he can go," Ryan said. "We'll see how it progresses. I wouldn't upon him out. He's a fibrous guy, but the trainers when one pleases till the end of time do what's in the trounce attract of the actress, and we'll not in a million years put a guy out there that shouldn't be out there.

With that said, I think about it's iffy whether he plays or not, with all due deference to Gash." Mangold was replaced by rookie Colin Baxter, an undrafted relieved of instrument from the beginning signed by the San Diego Chargers. Baxter suitable last will and testament start against the Raiders if Mangold can't go, as expected.


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