Falcons’ Ryan Schraeder tore ankle ligament in Super Bowl, report says

The Falcons can’t seem to catch a break.

Atlanta right tackle Ryan Schraeder tore a ligament in his right ankle during the team’s 34-28 overtime loss to the Patriots, ESPN.com reported Monday.

The silver lining is Schraeder isn’t expected to need surgery, but will need to rest his ankle. He will undergo further testing Tuesday.

Schraeder tore the ligament in the second quarter, but continued to play. A source told ESPN it “finally gave out” with less than six minutes left in the fourth.

“I like being back in Fort Worth, Texas. I told you I would be back here. I told coach Garrett if I’m back here, you have to draft me,” Watson told the audience, via the Star-Telegram. “I know there are a lot of Dallas Cowboys fans. Tony Romo is healthy. Dak, I’m a huge fan. Love that man. Had the privilege to get to know him this year. He’s been successful.

“I did my part, you have to do your part.”

Not only will Watson, one of the top quarterbacks in the 2017 NFL Draft, be long gone when the Cowboys pick at No. 28, the team already has a young budding star in quarterback Dak Prescott and Tony Romo.

Sunday’s Super Bowl 51 matchup between the Patriots and Falcons Cheap Jonathan Toews Jerseys promises to be an exciting one, due in large part to the quarterback battle that will take place between the Patriots’ Tom Brady and Falcons’ Matt Ryan.

Will Brady cement his legacy as the greatest quarterback of all time with Cheap Kids NHL Jerseys another Super Bowl victory? Or will Ryan, the hottest hand in the game right now, break through with his first?

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