Source: Low ankle sprain for Hernandez

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Source: Low ankle sprain for Hernandez

FOXBORO -- New information regarding the injury to Aaron Hernandez reveals he suffered a low -- not high -- ankle sprain. According to a source, the recovery is indeed expected at 4-6 weeks with optimism toward the earlier end of that timeline.
The difference between high ankle sprains and "low" ankle sprains is exactly what it sounds like -- location, location, location.
In a typical sprain, the ligaments attaching the lower leg to the foot are damaged.
But if it's a high sprain, damage has been done to the ligaments binding the lower bones of the leg. This injury is generally considered more serious because those ligaments connecting the tibia and fibula are often torn or ruptured.
The grade of the sprain is currently unknown.

Cabot: Browns should trade 1st overall pick for Garoppolo if necessary

Cabot: Browns should trade 1st overall pick for Garoppolo if necessary

Mary Kay Cabot from Cleveland.com joins Sports Tonight by phone and says that if there is a bidding war for Jimmy Garoppolo, the Cleveland Browns should give up the 1st overall pick.