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Contreras has a grade 2 hamstring strain that could sideline him for 4-6 weeks. It's a significant strain, and hamstring injuries are highly recurrent. He won't do much for the first two weeks then will slowly start to ramp up his workouts to test out his hamstring.

Player Injury Hot Spots
Total Injuries
Last 12 Months
3
Total Injuries
Last 3 Years
4
Injury
Description
Date
FOREARM
Complete tear of biceps, triceps, common extensor/flexor muscle group, fracture of humerus or mid shaft radius/ulna
10/18/2017
KNEE
Grade 1 ACL, MCL, LCL, PCL, sprain, Grade 1 tendonitis, cartilage contusion
09/27/2017
HAMSTRING
Grade 1 strain, tweak
08/09/2017
FOOT
Soft tissue bruise, cut, laceration, no internal damage
06/06/2016

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