Found January 27, 2012 on ESPN:
Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby continues to make progress towards a comeback this season.

BREAKING: Crosby May Have Two Fractured Vertebrae

Multiple sources are reporting that Pittsburgh's Sidney Crosby may have suffered two fractured vertebrae. Crosby, who has been out of action for the majority of the season, and missed more than 10 months with concussion-related symptoms, has no timetable on a return should the reports be positive. The Penguins are hoping he'll be available by the postseason, should they...

Report: Crosby has vertebrae injury

Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby, who was widely believed to have been out because of another concussion since Dec. 5, is dealing with a vertebrae injury, Sportsnet reported Saturday. After seeing a specialist in Utah, it was found that Crosby had an abnormality between his C1 and C2 vertebrae, sources said. Crosby reportedly learned the news Wednesday. He saw the doctor...

Crosby diagnosed with neck injury

Sidney Crosby is in Pittsburgh, plans to continue on-ice workouts and ideally will learn this week if he has spent almost 13 months recovering from a neck injury in addition to a concussion.

Crosby Continues To Skate

via Craig Custance of ESPN, Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby continues to make progress towards a comeback this season. He’s been back on the ice, recently skating on his own in both Atlanta and Los Angeles. “He has been skating pretty much all week,” his agent Pat Brisson confirmed in an email to ESPN the Magazine.

Report: Sidney Crosby Suffered Neck Injury in Addition to Concussion Problems

The road back to the ice has been tough for Sidney Crosby, and now the journey might be a lot more serious than expected. In addition to dealing with his concussion problems, Crosby was reportedly suffering from a neck injury, according to Bob McCown of Sportsnet 590 The Fan. The Pittsburgh Penguins star was concerned about the treatment he was receiving and saw a specialist in Utah...

Sidney Crosby has neck injury too

Sidney Crosby reportedly has a neck injury in addition to the concussion he's been recovering from. The neck injury is a recent development.

Agent says Penguins' Crosby has injured neck

Sidney Crosby's agent, Pat Brisson, confirmed to Saturday night that Crosby has a neck injury and that third-party doctors will be reviewing MRIs within the next 24 to 48 hours to determine the severity of the injury.

More problems for Crosby

Sidney Crosby has an abnormality in two of his vertebrae on top of the concussion suffered in December.

Penguins say Crosby suffered neck injury

Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby suffered a neck injury along with the concussion that has kept him off the ice since December 5.

Penguins GM 'optimistic,' cautious about Sidney Crosby

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Sidney Crosby recovering from neck injury in addition to concussion

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Game On

The puck has been dropped in Ottawa. Though Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin are both absent, Team Chara and Team Alfredsson are loaded with talent. Follow the All-Star Game right here.

Tom Brady's medical advice to Sidney Crosby pays off

Sidney Crosby has been plagued by concussions and at a loss for treatment. Well, on the advice of Tom Brady, the NHL star visited a specialist in Utah and, thanks to that specialist, discovered another serious injury.
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