Playing injured isn’t generally a good idea in the NFL, especially when that injury involves vertebrae.
That, though, is exactly what Jarvis Landry did all season long.
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The Cleveland Browns wide receiver revealed on Thursday that he has been playing with a fractured sacrum, the triangular bone just below the lumbar vertebrae in the lower back, throughout the entire year.
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