The stinking Jets did this to him on that TD saving tackle that he made at the end of the first half. Have I told you how much I hate the Jets? Anyways, it looks as though he can play on it, and it just shows you what a tough player he is. Who are these "sources" anyways, and why can't we get the team to straight up tell us?
Barry Jackson wrote:
Safety Reshad Jones has a partially torn labrum, according to a league source, but intends to continue playing with the injury. The injury sidelined Jones for the third and fourth games of the season.
Jones had a team-leading eight tackles Sunday and his deflection led to Kiko Alonso’s interception on Cincinnati’s first possession.
“It’s great to get him back out there,” Gase said. “He did a really good job getting hands on balls.”
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What is a labrum?
The shoulder joint is a ball and socket joint, similar to the hip. However, the socket of the shoulder joint is extremely shallow and thus inherently unstable. This means that the bones of the shoulder are not held in place adequately. Extra support is needed—that's where the labrum comes in. This cartilage is important for a properly functioning shoulder, as a torn labrum can impact movement. Luckily, most treatments aren't invasive.https://www.verywellhealth.com/labral-t ... um-2549805