Inge: 'I'll play through any of the pain, but it's smart to get an MRI'
Inge talks about his shoulder injury, why he is getting an MRI, and says he will play if he can tolerate the pain.
-- -- -- -- -- When it comes out goes again -- damn thing. -- There's nothing that changes in my hand. It's just it's good information could have and to know we. Actually the only reporter around -- hear is it is there anything that could possibly. Really damage in the long term. Structural damage. I'll play -- -- painful moments of my best. That's fine you know Smart again where I wasn't -- For instance and this is offices and it was like something. Some like one ligaments on the sitting in the wrong spot and -- snow tonight and everybody you know it's -- it's good to. It's Smart enough to cover the bases so that this was. It's more just to me how to do. It. And there's no way of knowing at this point and that's why I think it's smarter go ahead and get the to him and I did anything. To see it you know like this that if if there's nothing. On film. Medically that it shows that. You know I can't hurt anything and it's plated -- and Iraq intolerant. I'd rather that scenario than. Anything else. Doesn't mean. Fifteen days for me -- -- and so. If I can make it went you know 35. -- moments us. -- like I told -- I was never. I was never. I've never play if I don't know who made it into the team.