Things were looking pretty bad for Michael Lehan yesterday. Aside from getting beat by Derek Hagan during a passing drill, which in and of itself makes for a pretty shitty afternoon, Lehan also suffered what looked like a serious season-ending leg injury on the play. However, Lehan's agent reported some good news to the Palm Beach Post:
Dolphins cornerback Michael Lehan will be out only four to six weeks...Agent Craig Domann said the diagnosis was a [ankle] dislocation. The Dolphins likely will work Lehan slowly, but he should be back early in training camp and available for the regular season. “To my knowledge, it doesn’t appear to be as severe as it must’ve looked,” Domann said.
Not as severe as it looked, according to Lehan's agent. Yea, a dislocated ankle isn't that bad. It actually feels like kittens licking your feet. But I'm not a doctor, so don't quote me on that. -- Chris Joseph
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