”I believe (he will play Sunday) unless there’s some kind of setback.” Watkins was unavailable to speak to reporters on Thursday and declined to speak on Wednesday. Watkins had a big impact in his first game back against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. He provided a boost to the league’s worst passing attack with three receptions for 80 yards. Upon returning to the practice field last week, Watkins said that his biggest hurdle was stamina and conditioning, not pain. According to Lynn, however, pain tolerance is the biggest reason for Watkins’ limited availability. ”Well, I mean, the guy has a broken bone in his foot, I don’t know if he’s going to play one play or 20 http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2016/07/30/derwin-james-fsus-freshman-all-american-lb-undergoes-minor-foot-surgery/ plays,” Lynn said. ”So we’ll just see how big his role is. I’d like to keep him there the whole time but I can’t say. He’s tough, he’s very determined to stay on the football field and help us win games but he has a broken bone in his foot at the end of the day.” ”From my understanding it’s a pain tolerance deal and how long he can stay out there,” Lynn said. http://www.nba.com/2016/news/07/19/magic-jodie-meeks-foot-surgery.ap/The Bills (6-5) will be shorthanded at receiver against Oakland (9-2) either way. Robert Woods (knee) and Percy Harvin (migraines) are not expected to play, and Marquise Goodwin left practice Thursday with a wrist injury.
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Blood clots lay down a framework or foundation for the bone healing. The doctor may also advice against the use of narrow and high-heeled shoes. On an average, the recovery time for sprained foot may range between 1 to 2 weeks, depending on the severity of the injury. You can also use compression stockings or leg wedges, and elevate your legs above the level of heart. Lateral Cuneiform: This bone is located in the front row of the tarsal bones. These splints are wash and wear, and be used again and again. Along with the pus or fluid, the infected tissues and the diseased part of the bone are also removed in this procedure. Research studies have found that women are more prone to this kind of burning sensation in the feet.