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I'm pretty sure it was a pulled hamstring not a torn...huge difference. He was having a great practice and actually pulled it at the beginning of a practice saying that it was because he wasn't warmed up enough before running sprints...said his body needed a little bit longer to warm up before sprinting...that lead to Jerry getting into it a bit with Wade. But all was good the next day. Hatcher and Ratliff are our two best rushers outside of Ware.
Your late 20min for practice, and ESPN blows it up to WWIII. They actually siad, this was the "beginning of the downfall." Freaking Absurd.
I can't watch any Cowboys coverage. It's always focused around how
"Romo can't recover from the bobbled snap" or "These guys are gonna regret Parcells leaving" or "T.O. is gonna destroy everyone". It makes me sick. What's even worse is that they go out of their way to antagonize T.O., especially on First Take.
I found this bit of news interesting... consider how much Michael Huff was raved about in last year's draft...
The stalled contract negotiations between the Oakland Raiders and rookie quarterback JaMarcus Russell have overshadowed another disturbing sight on this team: the lousy play of safety Michael Huff, the seventh overall pick in last year's draft. Huff was supposed to be a serious playmaker, but he didn't intercept a pass or force a fumble in 16 starts last season. He also has struggled in pass coverage this preseason, and he has failed to live up to his reputation as a big-time hitter. "The bottom line right now is that he's not physical enough," a team source said. Word is that Huff has been so underwhelming that Donovin Darius, who signed a free-agent deal in July, could take his job.