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Topic - Robert Anderson
Derek Jeter will be sidelined until after the All-Star break because of a new fracture in his broken left ankle _ a blow to a New York Yankees team already reeling from injuries and one that raises long-term questions about the 38-year-old shortstop's future.
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said the injury to the 38-year-old shortstop "is obviously a setback." Jeter could be out at least three months.
Strong safety LaRon Landry will finish the last year of his contract on injured reserve because of the same left Achilles tendon injury that sidelined him in 2010.
In the Washington Redskins' ideal world, safeties LaRon Landry and Oshiomogho Atogwe would patrol the secondary Sunday against the New York Giants in a marquee NFC East matchup that would propel them into the playoffs.
Anderson says it is possible the injury would have healed on its own.
"We've been so focused on heart disease mortality for so long. ... This may change the way people look at their risk," said Robert Anderson, who oversees the Centers for Disease Prevention and Control branch that monitors death statistics.