"He got a little tired. A little sore," Rivera said. "So we pulled him in the third quarter. He came back out at halftime, he wanted to give it a try. And just, it was sore. So the trainers just felt the best thing to do was to sit him down. We'll see how he is once we get him back tomorrow morning."
Rivera added that "the understanding" was that Olsen was just sore and that he didn't suffer further damage to the injury.
Olsen also didn't seem concerned after the game, saying he thought he could have played on it if he had to.
"I just think talking with the trainers and knowing just how these things are and coming off of them are sometimes a little tricky and anytime you're dealing with your foot there's only so much you can do," he said. "So, I mean, I don't know. We just thought it'd be best to not go crazy out there on that turf and live to play another day."