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Ronald Curry injures right leg against Chiefs

Ronald Curry felt a sharp pain in his right calf late in the game and everyone initially feared the Raiders receiver had re-injured his fragile Achilles' tendon. The severity of his injury wasn't expected to be known until he undergoes an MRI exam Monday. "It feels like he kicked me in the calf. It doesn't feel like an Achilles'," Curry said. "I'm sure it's probably related. A lot of muscles are compensating for the Achilles' right now. I feel fine right now but I wouldn't think I'll play next week." (FOX Sports)

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