Campbell’s neck injury not serious

August 30, 2010

However, his wrist may be a problem.

Raiders' head coach, Tom Cable, reported that Jason Campbell's neck injury was thankfully not as serious as some feared. After some test results following last Sunday's game against the 49ers, it was shown that Campbell's neck injury was just a mild stinger, and will most likely be fully healed within a matter of days.

"Right now, I guess it's the wrist," Cable said, when asked if the neck or wrist is the more pressing issue.

It's understandable why Cable is so concerned about Campbell's wrist. Backup quarterback Charlie Frye underwent season-ending surgery less than two weeks ago to repair the damage he suffered in his right (throwing) wrist when he braced himself as he hit the ground in practice.

Campbell claims to be a fast healer and says he is not prone to missing much practice or many games.


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