Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Good thing receivers don't need their arms


Brandon Marshall is sticking with his story. Ill-placed McDonald's garbage and "horseplay" with family members are the reasons he sliced an artery, a vein, a nerve and five muscle tendons in his right arm.

I'm still not buying it, but who gives a shit at this point? The main concern? Our top wideout (and essentially our entire receiving corps) sliced an artery, a vein, a nerve and five muscle tendons in his right arm.

He's out 3 months, but will supposedly be ready by training camp. This isn't good news. Arms are, you know, kind of important to that whole catching the ball thing. You should probably have two functioning, healthy ones in order to be a productive football player, right?

Anyone remember the last wideout we had with a history of nerve/tendon damage in one of his extremities? It was this guy. And this guy, if you'll recall, couldn't catch the ball very well.

Don't make light of this...this is a huge setback for Marshall and the entire offense. Another one...

1 comment:

Commish CH said...

I sometimes "horseplay" with friends and it usually results in a spilled beer at the most.

Somethings fishy and the Denver media is pandering to Fidel Shannahan by not trying to figure what is up.