Monday, August 3, 2009

Very Early Training-Camp Injuries

Good news and bad news!!!
Good: All NFL teams are officially back at training camp.
Bad: All NFL teams are officially back at training camp.
Sure, it's exciting, but I'm already going blue in the face from holding my breath.
The NFC South has already had a couple first-week injuries to star players. Training-camp reports have already confirmed these injuries:

Jon Beason - Tweaked hamstring. Beason has already said that he'll be okay. He said he wished he could even get back out and play agiain tonight.
Maake Kemoeatu - Injuried an ankle while running. Kemo's injury seems to be a little more serious. The team has already sent him back to Charlotte for further medical attention. If he's not going to be okay, this could prove to be a big problem for the Panthers.

Antonio Bryant - Slightly injured foot. Supposedly just sore now. It appears that he'll be alright.
Kellen Winslow - Sore ankle. I thought he was a "soldier". Maybe he'll be able to walk this one off. BTW, the above image is from chill out Bucs fans. He's not in a cast.

On Sunday, Chris Mortensen bragged about Reggie Bush's "stunning explosiveness". On Monday, Bush was held out of practice due to swelling in his knee.
WRs Lance Moore and Adrian Arrington are still not fully healed from shoulder and hamstring injuries.
Jonathan Vilma is still recovering from abdomen surgery.

Curtis Lofton was held out of practice with a hamstring injury.
Tony Tiller injured his left ankle at camp on Saturday.
I'm sure Falcons fans (both of them) will be frantically checking injury reports every day to make sure Peria Jerry and Trey Lewis are okay. If they lost one of those guys, they'd be about as screwed as Carolina would be if they lost Kemoeatu or Lewis...wait...crap!

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