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INJURY: QUAD - Grade 4: complete tear or femur fracture
This injury has an estimated recovery time of 28 days
Player Injury Hot Spots
Total Injuries
Last 12 Months
1
Total Injuries
Last 3 Years
3
Injury
Description
Date
THIGH
Grade 4: complete tear or femur fracture
NFL Season 2017 - Week 16
THIGH
Grade 4: complete tear or femur fracture
NFL Season 2017 - Week 15
THIGH
Grade 4: complete tear or femur fracture
NFL Season 2017 - Week 14
THIGH
Grade 4: complete tear or femur fracture
NFL Season 2017 - Week 13
THIGH
Grade 4: complete tear or femur fracture
NFL Season 2017 - Week 12
THIGH
Grade 4: complete tear or femur fracture
NFL Season 2017 - Week 11
THIGH
Grade 4: complete tear or femur fracture
NFL Season 2017 - Week 10
THIGH
Grade 3: possible significant strain (partial tear)
NFL Season 2017 - Week 9
THIGH
Grade 2: possible moderate strain
NFL Season 2017 - Week 8
THIGH
Grade 2: possible moderate strain
NFL Season 2017 - Week 7
QUADRICEP
Grade 2: possible moderate strain
NFL Season 2017 - Week 5
QUAD
Grade 2: possible moderate strain
NFL Season 2017 - Week 4
GROIN
Grade 2: possible moderate strain or bone contusion
NFL Season 2016 - Week 6
GROIN
Grade 2: possible moderate strain or bone contusion
NFL Season 2016 - Week 5
CONCUSSION
Grade 2: brief loss of consciousness and confusion/amnesia lasting 20+ minutes
NFL Season 2014 - Week 10
CONCUSSION
Soft tissue: superficial head injury, laceration, cut
NFL Season 2014 - Week 9

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