Despite dislocating his left shoulder Sunday against Jacksonville, Matt Schaub practiced Wednesday with the rest of the team. The shoulder was set back in place by Dr. Walter Lowe during the first half of the Jaguars' contest, and Schaub described the process.
"I'm sure there are more painful things but when it goes from being popped to put back in, yeah, it's a pretty painful exercise," Schaub said. "But once it's back in it's a pretty big relief."
Returning to action despite the pain and the injury impressed many of his teammates, including the ones on the defense.
"Man, that was big," defensive end Antonio Smith said. "That was big. For your teammates to see you do that is big. When I saw him go down, it looked like he was in pain. He was in pain and then I thought he was pretty much done, and then he came back in the second half and pretty much brought us back in it."