Did Ryan Sheckler get hurt?

Did Ryan Sheckler get hurt?

Things were different last year. Sheckler crashed poorly off a 12-stair drop in the third round, and his ankle nearly exploded. It was the worst injury of his career, and it rendered him immobile for six months.

This year he's been training with a brace on his leg, and it looks like he'll be ready to go when we start seeing UFC fights in January. He probably won't be at 100 percent, but he should be good to go.

He got hurt during a freak accident where he fell off of a ladder while working on his house. He had surgery to repair some ligaments in his ankle, and he's expected to make a full recovery.

Sheckler is one of my favorite fighters to follow because he's such an underdog who always finds a way to win. I've always believed that anyone can beat anyone else in a fight if they want to badly enough. It takes a lot of heart to keep fighting after getting hit with a hard punch or kicked really hard, but once you do get up, there's no limit to what you can achieve.

That's why I find it interesting that someone as small as Sheckler could beat someone of McGregor's size without putting much effort into it.

Did Ryan Sheckler attend rehab?

Sheckler enrolled himself into a recovery clinic in Malibu, California in 2016, after failing to qualify for the X Games Oslo 2016. Ryan Sheckler is skating (and living) better than ever after more than a year and a half of sobriety and a renewed devotion to health, faith, and skating.

He has said that he wants to continue to work on improving his mental game as well as stay sober and keep working toward making Norway again be the home of extreme sports.

Sheckler's father, Steve, told ESPN that his son had been "doing really well" in rehab and that they were "all excited about what [Ryan] has planned for 2017."

However, less than a month after getting out of rehab, Sheckler died at the age of 29 in an accident while skiing off-road vehicles in Utah. He was with another skier who also died in the incident. The cause of death was blunt force trauma.

Before he died, Sheckler had announced that he would be skipping this year's X Games due to being "buried deep in work" on his new project. His family said that they believed that he was doing what he could have gone ahead and competed in, but that he felt like it was not right to put others' needs before his own.

How was Carson Wentz injured?

He was hurt while rehearsing a roll-out play. "He was wounded during a team time while rolling out," Colts offensive coordinator Marcus Brady told the Indianapolis Star. "He was going to throw when he felt a pang in his foot." It's unclear which foot Wentz hurt at this moment. He has worn boot number 16 since injuring himself.

Wentz, a second-year quarterback from North Dakota State University, was drafted first overall by the Philadelphia Eagles in 2016. The Colts acquired the pick they used on Wentz in a trade with the Dallas Cowboys.

In 2017, Wentz played 13 games for the Eagles, throwing for 2,198 yards, 12 touchdowns and eight interceptions. He also carried the ball nine times for 44 yards and another touchdown.

Wentz suffered a torn ACL during practice on December 10th, 2017, and was ruled out for the rest of the season. He had been starting for the Eagles since replacing an injured Nick Foles during the 2016 season. Foles is now the starter for the Eagles alongside new head coach Mike Vick.

Wentz was considered one of the best quarterbacks in college football before his injury. He started 39 games over three seasons for the Bison, completing 70 percent of his passes for 14,134 yards and 110 touchdowns against only 21 interceptions.

How did Lars Eller get hurt?

Lars Eller walked into the tunnel with head athletic trainer Jason Serbus during the second period of Game Two with a lower-body ailment. He didn't come back for the third quarter. Eller's left leg was grabbed from behind as he dropped to one knee to take a shot on goal, according to the NBC Sports Washington program. He stayed down for several minutes before being helped off the ice.

Eller had an MRI on Monday that revealed no broken bones but did reveal some muscle tears. He is expected to be out for at least four weeks.

The Capitals announced after the game that Eller would not return to action and said he will be sidelined for 4-6 weeks.

"He'll be out for a long time," Coach Barry Trotz said. "It looks like six to eight weeks."

Eller, 26, has five goals and three assists in 21 games this season. Before his injury, he was enjoying a career year after scoring 30 goals last season. The Czech Republic native also represents his country in international play. He was named to the 2016 IIHF World Championship team earlier this month.

With Eller out, Tom Wilson will assume more responsibility on the power play. Joel Ward and Andre Burakovsky will also see increased ice time.

In other news, Defenseman Matt Niskanen missed Sunday's game because of an upper body injury.

Is Jurrell Casey hurt?

The five-time Pro Bowler with the Tennessee Titans suffered a season-ending injury against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, according to the Denver Broncos. "He had a bicep tear, so he's out for the season," stated Denver coach Vic Fangio. Casey was placed on injured reserve on Monday.

Casey, 36, is one of the most respected players in the NFL and his loss will be felt by both the Titans and their fans. He led the Titans in tackles each year he played and they missed him when he was gone.

In other news related to injuries, defensive end Derek Barnett (knee) and linebacker Ben Jacobs (ankle) did not practice Wednesday and are listed as doubtful for Week 9. Left tackle Taylor Lewan (neck), right guard Quinton Spain (knee), center Aryn Donaldson (shoulder), and cornerback Cameron Sutton (ankle) were limited during practice but should all play this week. Safety Johnathan Cyprien (hamstring) returned to action after missing two games and was fully participating in practice Wednesday.

Cyprien has been one of the top safeties in football over the past few seasons and his absence has been felt greatly by opponents' passing attacks.

There have been no other reported injuries for the Broncos this week.

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