Michigan CB Troy Woolfolk says he has a broken bone in his right hand
Michigan senior cornerback Troy Woolfolk isn't sure what's wrong with his right hand, he just knows there's a broken bone in there somewhere.
"I just looked at an X-ray and saw a broken bone," Woolfolk said Tuesday. "I'm not really sure, I just break the bones and provide the medical bills."
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Asked how long he'll have to wear the cast, Woolfolk said the doctor who applied it told him four weeks — but he doesn't see that happening.
"I don't really believe doctors, so whatever they say, I take two weeks off that," Woolfolk joked.
Woolfolk was on the practice field Tuesday with Michigan's first-team defense, still wearing a cast, but without the large wrap around his left ankle that was there last week. The right ankle injury came during a season-opening win over Western Michigan.
He also showed off a newly-lacerated nose, an injury he suffered during Saturday's win over Notre Dame.
Woolfolk missed all of last season with a dislocated right ankle, torn ligaments and broken fibula.