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Bengals C Kyle Cook's Injury Is A High Ankle Sprain
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Posted By: SteveRobWhatever 3 Weeks Ago

Three days ago reports surfaced that center Kyle Cook could be lost to the season with an injury suffered against the Green Bay Packers last Thursday. He reportedly visited with a foot specialist, learning that the injury is much more serious than originally believed. Cincinnati quickly acted, signing veteran Jeff Faine, who could start the regular season opener against the Baltimore Ravens.

According to Joe Reedy with the Cincinnati Enquirer, the injury that Cook suffered was a high ankle sprain.

He'll likely miss at least six weeks from the date of injury and designated for return at the time he's placed on IR.

Source: SBNation.com

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