Report: Crosby Suffering From Sports Hernia Injury

Sidney Crosby
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PITTSBURGH (93.7 The Fan) - According to a report, Penguins Captain Sidney Crosby may have surgery for an injury he suffered on Saturday.

The Athletic’s Rob Rossi reports that Crosby aggravated a sports hernia that he has been dealing with since training camp.

He adds Crosby opted not to have the surgery earlier because the team was dealing with a number of injuries at the time.

Now, it appears he is considering having the surgery.

Sidney Crosby faces decision regarding sports hernia injury that dates to training camp. The details are in this story.#Pens | ⁦@TheAthleticPGHhttps://t.co/foAu2SR45M

— Rob Rossi (@Real_RobRossi) November 13, 2019

Typical recovery time for a sports hernia injury can be four to six weeks but can last up to two months.

It was previously reported that Crosby was dealing with a core injury.

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