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Old 11-17-2012   #24
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Default Re: No Texans sit out of practice

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Originally Posted by silvrhand View Post
Familiar with turf toe, have had foot injury in college when playing, was not fun. In this case I don't think that's the injury though it definitely seems not a pull but as you mentioned a contact injury such as a contusion or some odd extension of it, aka a tear.

Now that I think it was that serious but I was worried when they showed the replay that he had hurt something odd, reminded me a bit like the Bo Jackson injury.
I understand what you are trying to say. From what you presented, I agree that it is likely the initial injury was the Ed Reed blunt trauma to his hammy and not the turf toe.
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