Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Wisconsin QB Joel Stave dealing with lingering shoulder injury, is out indefinitely.

Joel Stave. Photo via WKOW.


Wisconsin head coach Gary Andersen announced via statement on Tuesday that junior quarterback Joel Stave has been "shut down" indefinitely due a shoulder injury.


According to Andersen, Stave has been coping with the unspecified medical issues with his shoulder for at least a "couple of weeks."

 “Joel has been dealing with some issues with his throwing shoulder for the last couple of weeks and we have come to a decision, after talking with Joel, that the best thing for him right now is to shut it down and give him some rest,” Andersen said in a statement. “It was a tough decision because Joel is a great competitor and has a tremendous desire to help this team. We will continue to monitor his progress but we’re not putting a timetable on his return at this time.”

Stave was starting QB last season, but was conspicuous by his absence during Saturday's Badger loss to Wisconsin. 

(via Dr. Saturday)

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