Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Multiple sources are reporting that LSU tight end Thaddeus Moss will need to have surgery after medial tests at the NFL Combine revealed a foot injury.

Moss announced earlier this week that he would not work out at the combine this week.

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6th round pick to the saints?
Reply1 month
A jones fracture can be bad because it has poor blood supply in the corner of you 5th metatarsal, if not corrected can have permanent issues.... like you’d scaphoid bone in wrist
Reply1 month
How this went unnoticed is crazy
Reply1 month
When you missed the last season due to foot issues, I imagine he learned to play with pain, plus he wanted to be on the field with the best team of the last century and a half!
1 month
Man, this sucks. Hopefully it’s an easy procedure and doesn’t hurt him in the draft. Really rooting for this kid.
Reply1 month
That catch on his tiptoes did this?
Reply1 month
reading the description of how it occurs makes a good argument of that moment. Yet he played through more than a dozen practices, and 5 more games. If he was hurting he sure didn't show it.
1 month
Not terribly serious, from my quick research. Most patients get a cast for six weeks, but athletes usually have surgery.
Reply1 month
Jeez man him and those feet. Hope he gets that shite takin care of guy is a beast and will be a great addition if healthy
Reply1 month
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