Rodney Anderson's Neck Injury Likely Won't Require Surgery

It'll take about three months for redshirt freshman running back Rodney Anderson to heal from a neck injury, Sooners' head coach Bob Stoops said Monday.

"Right now Rodney is, from how it’s going to continue from here, it’ll be non-operative right now," Stoops said. "Then we’ll just see where it goes from there. Right now they’re just going to allow it to heal which will be a three month process."

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Anderson, who missed nearly all of the 2015 season after a leg injury at Tennessee, has played two games in his career. (The Oklahoman)

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