‘NFL’ News: Dez Bryant Down With Fractured Bone, Terrel Suggs Slowed Down By Torn Achilles Tendon, T.Y. Hilton Injured Knee, Antonio Cromartie Also Injured
In this NFL report, we have a list of NFL players who got injured during the regular season post-kickoff. Starting from T.Y. Hilton to Dez Bryant, we have listed down who will be taking some rest for the rest of the season and who will be back within a few weeks.
NFL’s week after the kickoff has its own list of mouth-opening injuries as Dallas Cowboys, Baltimore Ravens, New York Jets and Indianapolis Colts all had their fair share in the list.
Fans held a silent scare as wide receiver, T.Y. Hilton, walked away from the field after suffering a knee injury. Good news for the fans is that, after the x-ray examination, SB Nation reported that there were no serious damage, only a “bone bruise.”
Dallas Cowboys won over New York Giants, but paid the prize of wide receiver, Dez Bryant, losing it over a bone fracture. According to reports, his recovery is betweek 4-6 weeks. His surgery is scheduled the next day. Still, he didn’t miss a chance to cheer his teammates from the locker room.
Terrell Suggs of the Ravens again tore his Achilles tendon during their loss to Denver Broncos on Sunday. This kind of injury, most notoriously known to have hit NBA All-Star, Kobe Bryant, typically requires six months of rehabilitation after the patient undergoing a surgery. Suggs is no stranger to this kind of injury. In fact, he has overcome this before, when he was back in the field less than six months after injuring himself in 2012.
Speaking of ACL, Antonio Cromartie, according to rumors, also tore his Achilles Tendon during their game against Cleveland. As of press time, no results were released yet.
DeSean Jackson had a hamstring injury during the preseason, and according to SB Nation, the wide receiver had again “aggravated the injury” in their game against Miami, where they also suffered a loss, 17-10. He will need to heal completely before going back in the field, and this means missing out on Sunday’s next game against the Rams.