Help! My 11 week old black Australorp rooster started limping some 2 days ago. He's always been a little awkward looking and acting, but now he's limping. Today his limp is more pronounced and he's laying down a lot while his ladies graze around him. Everything else seems ok, but I've noticed the color of his eyes around his pupil looks a bit different, not really cloudy but off compared to his black Australorp ladies. He is eating well and keeping up with his ladies, but he just lies down in the grass when he catches up to them (they've been free ranging it this week). I took a look at his feet to see if there were any visible scratches or thorns but did not see any. One thing I did notice, however, was that the ball or pad of his right foot is slightly bigger and squishier than his left foot. His right side seems to be the cause of his limp. I have no idea what is wrong. They went into the woods yesterday where there's lots of brush and fallen trees. When I picked him up, he didn't try to fight or get away for a few and didn't seem to be in any pain while I was holding him. Any ideas as to what might be wrong? What does a broken or injured leg look like? Is his problem b/c of the bigger pad on his foot? Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated, since this is my first flock and that little rooster has won the hearts of myself and my two young children. Thank you.