|There's still a chance Schaub plays this season. (US PRESSWIRE)|
Posted by Ryan Wilson
CBS NFL Today insider and former NFL general manager Charley Casserly spoke Sunday about the possibility Texans' quarterback Matt Schaub will play again this season.
Charley Casserly sat down with James Brown to discuss the status of Houston Texans QB Matt Schaub after his recent injury.
"Not necessarily," Casserly told James Brown when asked if Schaub's done for 2011. "But on the injury, (Buccaneers DT) Albert Haynesworth caused the injury by falling on his foot. The irony of this is this is the second time he's knocked Schaub out. Two years ago, he dislocated his shoulder.
"Now in talking to the Texans they told me this: that Schaub is going to visit Dr. Bob Anderson in Charlotte, NC this week to get a second opinion. If the opinion says he has to have surgery, he's out for the season. However, if he says rest and rehab, there's an outside chance that Schaub could come back and play in the playoffs."
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