Oct 20, 2013; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Cecil Shorts III (84) runs up the field past San Diego Chargers cornerback Derek Cox (22) and free safety Eric Weddle (32) during the first half at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports

Eric Weddle Not Practicing. Had Procedure To Remove Toe Callus


Donald Butler was not able to practice with the team today and Eric Weddle also was on the sideline today. Weddle had a procedure done on his toe to remove a callus on it. He had previously taken a shot in order to play in the games on the weekend.

I don’t see this sidelining Weddle for any of the games this weekend. He probably feels uncomfortable to walk on the foot for a little bit, but he should be fine to go soon.

Ever just pick a callus off of your foot? Let’s not go into it… or maybe we should. How bad of a callus was this? A procedure to remove the callus? don’t you just pick at it? Did he just go get a pedicure? Do they do that when you get a pedicure?

Anyway, I will just say that Eric Weddle is on the sideline because he is recovering from a pedicure. I only say it out of love for the dude.

After getting his feet done, maybe he can get that first pick of the season.


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  • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

    LOL… I think you & me pick at it. When millions of dollars, and dreams are riding on your feet… you get a procedure.

    • http://boltbeat.com/ Ernie Padaon

      hurts like a mother when you pick at that thing too!!!! liquid comes out and it hurts to take a stupid step.. terrible

  • Sergio Quintero

    Maybe he gets that extra step he’s been missing to get INT’s, this defense certainly need to produce more turnovers.

    • arnie

      Maybe there’s a procedure for that as well?

  • Gunnar Martin

    Time to STEP up your game Eric. lol. Get it?

    I’m so proud of myself :)

    • shayaaa

      Hope he comes back to play with his best foot forward.