Recent Examples of fibula from the Web
Carr also suffered a broken fibula in Week 16 of last season and missed the regular-season finale, as well as a wild-card loss to the Houston Texans.
The Tennessee Titans quarterback, playing in a game for the first time since suffering a fractured right fibula last Christmas Eve, knocked some of that rust off in his preseason debut against the New York Jets this summer.
Chao said during the Giants Week 5 game that, by video, the Giants receiver had suffered a symdesmotic ligament tear and likely fibula fracture, would need surgery and be done for the season.
Breaux continues to rehabilitate from a mid-August surgery to repair a fractured fibula and is expected to be out four to six weeks.
Cooper missed his rookie season after breaking his left fibula in a preseason game.
According to news reports from the time, Layne’s cleat stuck in the mud, leaving him with a fractured fibula and posterior dislocation.
Carr missed the end of last season after breaking his fibula.
Derek Carr, Raiders: Is healthy again after sustaining a heart-breaking fractured fibula in Week 16 last season.
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Origin and Etymology of fibula
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medical Definition of fibula
fibularplay \-lər\ adjective
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