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Sidney Crosby isn't just dealing with the lingering effects of a concussion. A California doctor says the Pittsburgh Penguins' star also is recovering from a neck injury.
The news didn't sound good: Sidney Crosby and an "abnormality" in his vertebrae. For the Pittsburgh Penguins center and face of the NHL who has been grappling with a concussion, it seemed like yet another setback that could threaten his season or his career.
Sidney Crosby's agent said there's no timetable for the Pittsburgh Penguins star to return from a concussion, the clearest indication yet that he may not be ready when the NHL season begins in October.