Dr. Eddy L Echols JR. from the Florida Orthopedic Institute calls into the show for the weekly "Pat & Aaron Show Injury Report." The subjects include Lamar Jackson, Kenneth Walker III, Jimmy Garoppolo,, Matthew Stafford, and Aaron Jacobson.
Below are the questions from today's segment.
1. QB Lamar Jackson's knee: Ravens say QB Lamar Jackson 'week-to-week' with knee injury. The Baltimore Ravens quarterback exited in the second quarter with a potential PCL sprain and/or bone bruise. Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is "week-to-week" with a knee injury after undergoing MRIs on Monday, coach John Harbaugh said.
-What is the PCL?
-How does it impact mobility?
-Best case for recovery?
2. Seahawks RB Kenneth Walker III has ankle strain. Seattle Seahawks running back Kenneth Walker III has a chance to return this week from the ankle injury that knocked him out of the team's 27-23 win over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, coach Pete Carroll said on his weekly radio show. Carroll told Seattle Sports 710 AM on Monday that an MRI revealed a strain -- not a sprain -- that's causing inflammation.
-Difference between a strain and a sprain?
3. 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo might be OK for playoffs- Perhaps San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo's season isn't over after all. Sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter on Tuesday that doctors concluded Garoppolo did not suffer a Lisfranc injury to his broken left foot and will not need surgery. If his rehabilitation goes well, he has a chance to return in seven to eight weeks, the sources said.
-What would have to happen for him to return?
-How would they determine no surgery?
4. Matthew Stafford, Los Angeles Rams - Neck With Matthew Stafford being placed on IR due to a spinal cord contusion, Stafford’s 2022 season is officially over.
-Could this mean retirement?
-Issues with the neck moving forward?
5. Aaron Jacobson's finger - Aaron Jacobson has a bent up finger and had to go to urgent care to get it looked at yesterday. Should he just cut it off?