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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Leonard Fournette likes it hot. He'll take a steamy summer day on the Louisiana bayou over any other kind of weather. Especially what he's going to see on Sunday in Cleveland.
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The Jacksonville Jaguars rookie running back wants no part of the conditions The Weather Channel is forecasting for FirstEngergy Stadium: temperatures in the 30s, 25-35 mph winds, 90 percent chance of snow. "I hate the cold, period," Fournette said. Jamal Crawford Authentic Jersey "I sleep in the heat. That's just how I grew up."
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Fournette grew up in New Orleans and played at LSU so his cold-weather football experience is limited to just one game: The Tigers' 17-0 loss at Arkansas on Nov. 15, 2014 in Fournette's freshman season. It was 33 degrees at kickoff and Fournette finished with 9 yards on five carries.
He will have a significantly higher workload on Sunday against the Browns (0-9). Fournette is coming off the worst game of his brief career (33 yards on 17 carries) and tweaked his right ankle in the fourth quarter of last Sunday's 20-17 overtime victory against the Los Angeles Chargers. It's the same ankle he injured against the Los Angeles Rams on Oct. 15 and Fournette said he's going to have to manage it http://www.authenticrangersstore.com/joe-kocur-jersey_c-452.html the rest of the season. It won't keep him from playing, he said.
"It's something I'll deal with," Fournette said. "Like I said, it doesn't bother me. "It's time [the best thing for it to heal] and being [in the middle of the season] I don't have a lot of Chris Conner Authentic Jersey time, so http://www.lionsnflofficialprostore.com/YOUTH+SAM+MARTIN+JERSEY just playing with it, that's all."
Fournette, who dropped one spot to seventh in the NFL in rushing (629 yards), is much more concerned about the weather than his ankle, though. He's the opposite of teammate A.J. Bouye, who said Wednesday that he's excited about playing in the cold.
"The little things [are what bother him the most]," Fournette said. "You take a little hit and it hurts. You're falling ... I wouldn't mind if it wasn't cold. I have to get ready, that's all."
No, it won’t be a weekly will-he-or-won’t-he return from his broken collarbone like it was in 2013, but after Rodgers was seen Wednesday doing some work off to the side during practice, it at least piqued the interest of those wondering if the Green Bay Packers quarterback will be ready to play when he’s first eligible to come off injured reserve in Week 15. “I think he’s making really good progress,” Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Thursday. “I know the training staff and the strength and conditioning staff are very pleased with where he is. He’s moving right along
The rules of injured reserve require a player to sit out practice for at least six weeks and not play for at least a total of eight weeks. Rodgers went on injured reserve Oct. 20 -- a Friday -- meaning the earliest he could practice is Dec. 1. The Packers don’t practice on Fridays, so his actual first session wouldn’t be until Dec. 2, when the Packers hold their brief day-before-the-game practice in advance of the Dec. 3 game against Tampa Bay.
Rodgers then could be activated off injured reserve -- they’re holding Patrick Roy Jersey one of their two designated-to-return tags for him -- on Dec. 15, two days before the Week 15 game at Carolina.
But Rodgers isn’t looking that far ahead. In his only extended session with reporters following surgery, he said he would come back only if his collarbone was completely healed. Rodgers underwent surgery on Oct. 19 to have plates and screws inserted to stabilize his broken right clavicle.
“It was just http://www.bearsofficialsstore.com/Pat_Odonnell_Jersey_Cheap good being back on the practice field,” Rodgers said in a text message Wednesday to ESPN Wisconsin’s Jason Wilde. “Schedule hasn’t changed. Out eight weeks. Only back if it’s completely healed.” When Rodgers broke his left clavicle in 2013, the Packers did not place him on injured reserve. He threw for several Jaquiski Tartt Womens Jersey weeks before he was finally cleared to return.

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