Discussion in 'Steelers Talk' started by blair, Oct 16, 2011.
Any word on the extent of his leg/ankle injury? It may be an achilles tendon.....
Legursky dislocated toe PER Steelers Depot on twitter
Dislocated toe? I thought for sure that was an achilles injury. I wonder how long that will sideline him.
I thought so too.........this is much better, the achilles would have him out for the year.
A toe? A toe?!? All kidding aside, I've done that and it can hurt like a mother...
Yeah, I've had turf toe before, and it's not much fun. I can see where a dislocated toe could cause problems for a big boy on the Oline.
Yes, but I think they can wrap it and numb the pain.
Depends on which toe. I know someone who had some nerve damage and lost feeling in his big toe. He basically had to learn how to walk all over again.
Tomlin just said in his weekly press conference : Doug Legursky did not need surgery and will be out for a couple of week with dislocated toe.
Good news, somewhat,..........and nothing new. Another O line pieced together for the next few weeks.
It was pretty apparent that Legursky is far and away better than Essex. Hopefully Kemo comes back and plays well to try and regain his position because as far as I'm concerned Legursky is better. Did I just say that?
Haha have to agree with you on this one. It just goes to show that if you put the right pieces together you can be successful. Now if only we could go a single game without injuring a lineman!