Recent Examples of ankle from the Web
Deinhart, a two-time all-conference running back who was sidelined earlier in the season for nearly two games with an ankle injury, has been heating back up.
Slowing the Tampa Bay pass rush starts with blocking defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, and the Saints offensive line will have an easier day if starting Buccaneers defensive end Robert Ayers (ankle) can't play after being listed as questionable.
From the higher rise and subtle pleats to the looser thigh and tapered ankle, they're cut quite perfectly.
Small in numbers, the Chargers have been further depleted by the loss of senior center Elijah Woodward (knee) and junior linebacker Noah Padilla (ankle).
Notre Dame was without Dexter Williams (ankle) and lost Tony Jones Jr. after a helmet-to-helmet hit late in the second quarter.
That time on the ankle monitor is subtracted from the sentence handed down Thursday.
With starting running back Jack Carmichael (ankle) and two-way player McCade Barrett (collarbone) going down with injuries, Edison has relied on Atencio often.
He was then released on bail, and fitted with an ankle monitor.
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