Tag Archives: order cheap jerseys from china

Cheap New England Patriots Jersey Store 2017

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady sustained an injury to his right throwing hand in a minor collision in practice Wednesday, according to a source.

A source close to Brady said it is possible the injury could affect him slightly in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, but Brady is moving forward with the belief that he should be OK overall.

A second source said Brady’s hand “should be OK.”

Brady was officially limited in practice, according to the team’s participation report, and underwent tests with the team’s medical staff afterward. He had been scheduled to hold a news conference at that time.

The next benchmark for Brady will be Thursday at 12:15 p.m. ET, which is the team’s next scheduled practice.
According to a report from the Boston Herald, the injury occurred when one of Brady’s teammates accidentally ran into him and jammed his hand. X-rays were taken and revealed no structural damage, according to the Herald.

Tom Brady, pictured above celebrating a touchdown in New England's playoff win over Tennessee, was limited in Wednesday's practice with a right hand injury.

Tom Brady, pictured above celebrating a touchdown in New England’s playoff win over Tennessee, was limited in Wednesday’s practice with a right hand injury.

Brady has been on and off the injury report at times this season — for an Achilles and left shoulder injury. This is the first time he has landed on the injury report due to his throwing hand.

Players who were asked about Brady later in the day said they weren’t aware of anything that happened injury-wise at practice.

“He looked like the same old Tom out there,” said cornerback Eric Rowe.

The Patriots have just two quarterbacks on their roster, Brady and veteran backup Brian Hoyer. They don’t have a quarterback on their practice squad.

In addition to Brady, offensive lineman LaAdrian Waddle, defensive tackle Alan Branch and running backs Rex Burkhead and Mike Gillislee were all limited with knee injuries.

The Patriots host the Jaguars in the conference title game Sunday at 3:05 p.m. ET on CBS.

Cheap Pittsburgh Steelers Authentic Jerseys Free Shipping

PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier will remain at University of Cincinnati Medical Center for a second consecutive night Tuesday while doctors monitor his back injury.

A joint statement from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center’s director of neurotrauma David Okonkwo and chief of neurosurgery for UC Health Joseph Cheng said Shazier has undergone a series of tests to evaluate his spine injury.

“He will continue to be monitored and treated by the neurosurgery experts at UC Medical Center until he has been cleared to return to Pittsburgh,” the statement said. “It is expected that Ryan will undergo additional tests and evaluation over the next 24 to 48 hours, and he will then return to Pittsburgh to receive further evaluation and care at UPMC.”
Okonkwo is also a neurosurgeon on the Steelers’ medical staff.

Ryan Shazier suffered a scary back injury after his helmet crown collided with Bengals receiver Josh Malone's rib/hip area on Monday.

Ryan Shazier suffered a scary back injury after his helmet crown collided with Bengals receiver Josh Malone’s rib/hip area on Monday.

Shazier was strapped to a board and removed from the field after suffering the injury on a tackling attempt in the first quarter of the Steelers’ 23-20 win over the Bengals. Shazier’s helmet crown collided with Bengals receiver Josh Malone’s rib/hip area. Players were emotional as they crowded around him, with defensive end Cameron Heyward holding his hand.

Sources on Monday night were encouraged that Shazier’s injury would be better than originally anticipated but didn’t know the extent until the process played out.

Shazier spoke to multiple teammates Monday and has remained upbeat about the process. He tweeted out a message of gratitude to fans on Monday.

Thank you for the prayers. Your support is uplifting to me and my family. #SHALIEVE

— Ryan Shazier (@RyanShazier) December 5, 2017
Shazier is one of the Steelers’ best playmakers and is considered among the most likable teammates. He leads the Steelers in tackles (87), forced fumbles (two) and interceptions (three). Shazier also had a streak of four straight games with an interception late last season. He was hopeful to play his first full NFL season before the injury.

Coach Mike Tomlin was among those who visited Shazier early Tuesday morning.

“It was a tough evening. Ryan is a trooper,” Tomlin said. “Had an opportunity to spend some time with him; he is in really good spirits, tough guy. He has great support from family and loved ones there. It was painful to get on that plane last night. That’s life. We realize and understand he is in really good hands and getting expert medical care. He also challenged us to move on with what it is we need to move on, and he is with us as well.”