Bills tight end Charles Clay missed three games last season with a knee injury, and during that time off he thought about ways he could get healthier. His top conclusion: Eat less sugar.
Clay has also cut out red meat and started eating more plant-based food. He briefly tried going vegan, but that lasted less than a month, and he now eats chicken and fish. He said he’s been feeling great in Organized Team Activities and feels primed for an outstanding season. Clay led the Bills in receiving yards last year, and they’d be thrilled to see a healthier Clay have an even bigger year in 2018.
“If my body says I can play, I’m playing,” Chancellor said. “If my body says don’t play, I’m not playing. I’ll listen. I’m a very good listener.”
Chancellor was injured in a game in Arizona against the Cardinals last November. The injury ended Chancellor’s season after nine games and brought his career into question after eight seasons with the Seahawks. He has seen doctors on several occasions but head coach Pete Carroll has said there has been no change to Chancellor’s up to this point. The further evaluations yet to come will be key to determining whether his career can continue or not.
While he has been in many significant collisions due to his role in Cheap Basketball Jerseys UK Seattle’s defense, the 30-year old Chancellor doesn’t feel like his career should be nearing its close. But if the neck injury puts him in further danger of significant injury moving forward, the decision may not ultimately be in his hands.