DeAndre Levy stood in front of his locker after Sunday’s 24-10 loss to the Vikings with one ice bag tucked inside his pants and another taped to his right ankle.
Levy made his first start of the season at middle linebacker after missing a month with a strained groin — and limped off the field with another injury. He said he didn’t think his sprained ankle, which happened late in the fourth quarter, was too serious.
As for the groin?
It didn’t feel “as good as I hoped,” Levy said. “Physically, I’d be lying if I said I was 100%. It’s still kind of in the back of my head with certain movements.”