By Nick Underhill | The Advocate
Terron Armstead went through another practice on Thursday, and he remains optimistic about the health of his torn pectoral muscle.
The offensive tackle does not yet know if he will play during Sunday’s playoff game against the Philadelphia Eagles. That will get determined at the end of the week, but in the meantime, he continues to put himself through what he calls “intense situations” to find out what he is capable of doing and how the injury will hold up.
“Another day to put myself in different situations. Stressing it. Straining with it,” Armstead said. “Ultimately, it’s going to be up to them. They’re going to listen to me. I know. I’ve played with a ton of things.”
The biggest issue for Armstead isn’t the pain. He’s played through pain for years. What he’s trying to find out now is how functional it can be by Sunday. He says if everything is working, he wants to play. ...
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