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Raji’s ankle not as bad as before

Posted by Mike Spofford on November 19, 2012 – 5:07 pm

Mike McCarthy said on Monday that the ankle injury that forced NT B.J. Raji to limp off the field late during Sunday’s victory is not as bad as the one that led to Raji missing two games last month.

Raji apparently has re-injured the same ankle that he hurt in the Indianapolis game in Week 5. He sat out the victories in Houston and St. Louis the next two weeks before returning to the field.

McCarthy didn’t say whether Raji would play this week against the Giants, but he didn’t sound concerned about the injury long-term.

No update was provided on WR Greg Jennings and LB Clay Matthews. McCarthy said more information would be known on Wednesday.


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16 Responses to “Raji’s ankle not as bad as before”

  1. By Edward Rohowetz on Nov 19, 2012 | Reply

    Does Mason Crosby need to have his eyes checked, maybe he needs glasses? May be worth considering?

  2. By NlGERIAGUEST on Nov 19, 2012 | Reply

    Dr. P. said that the effort involved in
    retaining flatus can cause hemorrhoids.

  3. By jimmy on Nov 19, 2012 | Reply

    Please FIRE mason crosby immediately. He obviously cant do his job. If I cant do my job, I get fired,, if you cant do your job, you get fired. He demonstrated he cant do his job,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, questions ????

  4. By ron on Nov 19, 2012 | Reply

    Weathermen can be wrong 75% of the time and keep their jobs. Crosby just needs to follow proper pre snap routine. He’s taking just 2 steps to the left, should 2.5 or 3. when he finally recognizes that in the film studies he’ll get it.
    Or everyone needs to remember to turn the bottle label out.

  5. By Jesse on Nov 20, 2012 | Reply

    Great thing about the organization is they support and strengthen the players to make the whole better. Yeah mason has missed a few high percentage kicks – jones dropped balls last year, Mathews did produce sacks, Rodgers has thrown 50% more interceptions this season. Should we fire them also? Look at what mason can and has done in the not so distant past. He is a good kicker and deserves our support. It is your imagination that makes you believe you can make better personnel decisions than Ted and Mike. Rank – glad to her it is not worse and pickett is doing a great job as next man up.

  6. By johnkersting on Nov 20, 2012 | Reply

    The Crosby issue is a real tough one, but you have to put yourself in that position, if you f up should you be fired? Yeah, and NFL precision kickers are just a dime a dozen. Right. Give the man a chance and put your faith in, not your jinxes, we know how it works, turn those Blatz bottles with the labels facing him. It’s not weird if it works, Mason, it’s your psyche, whatever it takes. NO nookie till you can nail the uprights. How bad do you want it??? I say three more games.

  7. By Steve on Nov 20, 2012 | Reply

    If you fire Crosby who do you hire? Stating that he is not doing his job is only part of the equation. You have identified the problem now what is the solution. I tell you if you were my employee and you constantly stated the obvious problems and provided no solutions I would fire you.

  8. By Tom on Nov 20, 2012 | Reply

    I’m sick and tired of these numbers of GB fans calling for Crosby to be fired. Everyone will have a rough season and it just happens to be this one. He’s by far the best onside kicker in the NFL. As far as my memory goes back, we won every game he pulled off an onside kick. Regardless, he still has several years ahead and can be our “go to” guy down the road when the moment is critical. We just have to give him faith like McCarthy has following Sunday’s game. Let’s believe in our team, not criticize them. Because then you become a Bears fan. How many times did they criticize Cutler among others, and then cry for his return? Exactly.

  9. By 1Fubar on Nov 20, 2012 | Reply

    very interesting.Raji is being manhandled this year and if Worthy has been playing next to them he wasn’t worth a number 2 pick. I rarely here either of their names mentioned.

  10. By David Janschutz on Nov 20, 2012 | Reply

    Mason, Give them hell, you will be FINE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. By Mark Wedin on Nov 20, 2012 | Reply

    If Finley has a job, then Crosby has a job.

  12. By JUSTIRON on Nov 21, 2012 | Reply

    Is it just me or others seem to notice the emblem on the bears helmet looks like a toliet seat.Kind of strange dont you think!!!!!!!!

  13. By gbpfan4life on Nov 22, 2012 | Reply

    crosby’s issues could come from personal matters outside of football. Trouble at home, girlfriend , or wife perhaps. He had a funk like this a couple of years ago like this and got through it. Keep your finger off the crosby nuke button and trust that Mike and Ted will do the right thing. KEEP BELIEVING, GO PACK!

  14. By Harold on Nov 23, 2012 | Reply

    Where did you go to school????? (U.D.A.) Lean to read & check stats before opening your B.M. REF.ARRON RODGERS

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