L. Johnson Says He Expects to Play Again This Season
Kansas City Chiefs tailback Larry Johnson expects to play again this season.
That's what he said during an appearance Thursday on the radio show of team president Carl Peterson. Johnson is to miss a second straight game this weekend because of a foot injury and is scheduled to be examined by a specialist Monday.
"It's going good," Johnson said during the radio appearance. "A lot of people don't realize my foot was swollen bad at the end of the game, then I was on crutches for two [or] three days. This is only the first week and I'm able to walk fine without using a boot."
The Chiefs have denied a report by a Denver television station that Johnson is expected to miss the remainder of the season because of a broken bone in the foot but have not provided details about the injury.
By Mark Maske |
November 16, 2007; 12:16 PM ET
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