OK, here’s the deal: when he was examined after coming out of the game last night, one of the ways they tested the hamstring was by touching it, and that didn’t hurt. The fact that didn’t hurt led the medical staff to conclude that this probably was NERVE-related as opposed to MUSCLE-related. Nerve issues start in the spine, of course, and Hanley, as I stated in the previous post, does have a history of sciatica. So that’s why it was determined — before he was sent for an MRI today — that Hanley’s issue isn’t actually in his hamstring but in his back.
Hope this clears it up for you.