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Early in the fourth quarter of a 33-25 win over the Indianapolis Colts, Carr, who hadn’t been touched by a Colts pass rusher the entire game, was sacked by ex-Eagle Trent Cole, and suffered a broken fibula.
He was joined on the team's injury list by Maurkice Pouncey (hip), Tyler Matakevich (shoulder) and Joe Haden (fibula), who were all limited.
Johns followed behind her and pushed away the kelp, revealing his dog's find: a tibia and fibula attached to a left human foot with a white ankle sock in a black running shoe.
The Steelers’ inactives were Shazier, quarterback Joshua Dobbs, offensive linemen Daniel McCullers and Matt Feiler, linebacker Tyler Matakevich (shoulder) and defensive backs Joe Haden (fibula) and J.J. Wilcox.
The collision shattered Chapman's fibula and tibia, according to the district attorney's office.
Surgery will be to fix the ligament to hold the ankle together as well as to plate the fibula.
Breaux, who began the season on injured reserve while recovering from surgery to repair a fractured fibula, suffered a setback in practice, a source familiar with the situation confirmed Saturday afternoon.
By video, Beckham suffered a complete syndesmotic ligament tear and fibula fracture.
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Origin and Etymology of fibula
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medical Definition of fibula
fibularplay \-lər\ adjective
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