Considering the fact that Roddy White had never missed a game in his eight-year NFL career, it was no surprise that he suited up Sunday, despite what we now believe is a high-ankle sprain. It's clear that he was nowhere near 100 percent, though, since he mustered just 19 yards on two catches. He sustained the injury on Aug. 15, and serious sprains typically take at least four to six weeks to heal. That means it could be weeks until he gets back to his normal production. White admitted as much last night.
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