Chris Carson’s Hip Fracture and What It Means for His 2020 Outlook
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Image Credit: Christopher Mast/Icon Sportswire. Pictured: Chris Carson.

Chris Carson, Seattle’s lead running back, fractured his hip on December 30, 2019, playing against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 16. His hip fracture did not require surgery. This means that it was a stable fracture, almost assuredly of the proximal femur. That’s the end of the thigh bone that articulates at the hip, near the ball of that ball and socket joint.

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