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Roddy White still isn’t where he wants to be, but will play Sunday

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When Falcons wide receiver Roddy White initially hurt his ankle in August, the Falcons said that he had not suffered the dreaded high ankle sprain that has kept many a player from being in the lineup.

White later admitted that it was that type of injury, although his play on the field through the first three weeks would have made it clear that this is a fairly severe sprain. White has been mostly a decoy through the first three games, playing a reduced number of snaps and seeing a drop in his targets as well. 

Vaughn McClure of reports that White said Friday that he still isn’t where he wants to be in his recovery from the injury, but will once again “gut it out” against the Patriots on Sunday night. McClure adds that White also said that he’ll rest up during the team’s bye week, which comes after they host the Jets in Week Five. 

White’s limited effectiveness hasn’t appeared to hurt his ability to concern defenses as Julio Jones leads the NFL in receiving yards to this point in the season. Still, it will be a good day for the Falcons offense when White returns to full speed and makes them even more difficult to stop. 

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3 Responses to “Roddy White still isn’t where he wants to be, but will play Sunday”
  1. hehateme2 says: Sep 27, 2013 2:02 PM

    Well, the Dolphins sure shut him down.
    Better luck this week.

  2. doe22us says: Sep 27, 2013 2:21 PM

    Playing on a high ankle sprain/injury not sure how that will improve over time. Typically a 4 week injury without activity.

  3. musicman495 says: Sep 27, 2013 3:23 PM

    Of course Roddy White still isn’t where he wants to be. He would rather be playing for the Saints.

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