Terron Armstead reflects on Saints' season, injuries: 'Things are starting to feel better'

New Orleans Times-Picayune
Terron Armstead reflects on Saints' season, injuries: 'Things are starting to feel better'
Terron Armstead reflects on Saints' season, injuries: 'Things are starting to feel better'

KISSIMMEE, Fla. — Fitted with gardening gloves, New Orleans Saints offensive tackle Terron Armstead grabbed as many rocks that would fit in his hands. The stones came from a blue wheelbarrow that teammate Cameron Jordan pushed during Friday's community service event held in conjunction with the Pro Bowl. But 2½ weeks ago, Armstead couldn't even take the cap off a permanent marker, because of the pain in his left wrist — potentially putting his Pro Bowl appearance in jeopardy. Armstead had a CT scan recently, and the results showed no broken bones and no other damage that wouldn't immediately require surgery. "As far as ligament damage, tendon damage, it's more of a, 'If it's still feeling like

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