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Just saw he ruptured his spleen and underwent surgery and a blood transfusion today. Looks like he could be done for the season. While I am not nec. a fan of his it sucks to hear of anything like that happening.
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At least he scored a TD on the play.

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At least he scored a TD on the play.
Yeah I am sure he is happy he scored and now will miss the rest of the season They are not even sure when it happened during the game.
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If you watched the game it was pretty obvious.
He was hit in mid air, did a flip, and landed on his back hard.
Everyone down here wants him replaced anyway because they think he sucks.

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He was getting tossed around like a rag doll the whole game.

Sucks that he got hurt though. He probably won't take another snap this season.

I'm sure the Bucs fans don't mind...
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it's just a splenectomy

you guys act like it's the end of the season for him. Laparoscopic Splenectomies only require 2-4 weeks of recovery time for an average guy.

I see him back in action for the Eagles or the Giants. Not that it really is gonna help the team

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Out six games.

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Out six games.
Damn I was close

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Gruden is pretty shook up about this.

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I never wish bad things on players, especially one of OU's best players, hope he gets better soon, that was a vicous hit.
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Gruden is pretty shook up about this.
He should be, considering he probably told Simms to "get back in there and stop being a pussy"

That and the fact that Keshawn ran all over his team.

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He should be, considering he probably told Simms to "get back in there and stop being a pussy"

That and the fact that Keshawn ran all over his team.
I like the fact that Keshawn did that. People down here can't stand him either...lol
I thought the Cowboys should have kept him.

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I never wish bad things on players, especially one of OU's best players
Niiiiiice . Can't say I've ever really liked the guy, but that's gotta suck.
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Now Gruden said he might keep him out the rest of the season.

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Well I must say if in fact he put them back in the lead with a ruptered spleen, you gotta give him props, one tough cookie.
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Now Gruden said he might keep him out the rest of the season.
the paper said he would most likely miss the season as well.
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I like the fact that Keshawn did that. People down here can't stand him either...lol
I thought the Cowboys should have kept him.
Agreed, could you imagine the depth at WR if The Cowboys had Glenn, Owens, and Johnson?

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Agreed, could you imagine the depth at WR if The Cowboys had Glenn, Owens, and Johnson?
No shit. I'd put all three of em out there on every play! The defense would be too busy scrambling after them to worry about how shitty the Dallas O line is.

On paper, it was worth it to get rid of KJ for TO. But Owens hasn't delivered up to the level of his hype yet. But I bet he will before season end.
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Agreed, could you imagine the depth at WR if The Cowboys had Glenn, Owens, and Johnson?
You'd have two guys crying about Glenn getting all the passes. I don't think Parcells would be able to handle it.

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You'd have two guys crying about Glenn getting all the passes. I don't think Parcells would be able to handle it.
They should have just signed him to a 1 year contract. It would be a QB's dream to have that talent out there at wide receiver. Romo would be in heaven

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They should have just signed him to a 1 year contract. It would be a QB's dream to have that talent out there at wide receiver. Romo would be in heaven
Kurt Warner is probably in heaven then. With Anquan Boldin, Larry Johnson and Edgerrin James to throw to he should have a career year and not even ever leave the pocket. When Leinart gets the reigns he's going to be lethal.

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Kurt Warner is probably in heaven then. With Anquan Boldin, Larry Johnson and Edgerrin James to throw to he should have a career year and not even ever leave the pocket. When Leinart gets the reigns he's going to be lethal.
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I never wish bad things on players, especially one of OU's best players, hope he gets better soon, that was a vicous hit.
OU's best player?
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because he sucked when they played Oklahoma

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Kurt Warner is probably in heaven then. With Anquan Boldin, Larry Johnson and Edgerrin James to throw to he should have a career year and not even ever leave the pocket. When Leinart gets the reigns he's going to be lethal.



he would be if he wouldn't fumble snaps at the end of games


all that talent and still a bad record so far. BUT, it's early
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If you watched the game it was pretty obvious.
He was hit in mid air, did a flip, and landed on his back hard.
Everyone down here wants him replaced anyway because they think he sucks.

I think Gradkowski will do allright. Did you listen to 620 today... I missed it. Personally, I think after 4 or 5 games Gradkowski will be pretty good. The MAC is no NFL but he did have the highest completion % ever.

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I think Gradkowski will do allright. Did you listen to 620 today... I missed it. Personally, I think after 4 or 5 games Gradkowski will be pretty good. The MAC is no NFL but he did have the highest completion % ever.
No...I stayed at home so only saw Gruden's press conference.

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