Patrick Crayton Dislocates Wrist Undergoing MRI

SAN DIEGO - NOVEMBER 22: Wide receiver Patrick Crayton of the San Diego Chargers reaches the ball over the goal line as he is tackled by cornerback Nate Jones of the Denver Broncos to finish a 40 yard pass play and run for a touchdown at Qualcomm Stadium on November 22, 2010 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)


Patrick Crayton dislocated his wrist on his TD run into the end zone when he was brought down from behind. While Crayton was being dragged down, he went to support himself with his left hand and dislocated it on the fall. He is undergoing an MRI to determine if he is able to play for the rest of the season.

Crayton has been a huge addition to the team with Vincent Jackson sitting out the first part of the season and the rest of the receivers on the team going down with hamstring injuries. I hope that he will be able to continue on for the season, because he added veteran leadership and a spark to the receiving units.

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