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12 Oct 2010
A year after tearing his left ACL, Cedric Griffin's torn his right ACL. He'll be placed on IR.
Posted by: Bill Barnwell on 12 Oct 2010
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13 Oct 2010, 8:33am by
Wow. Just . . . wow. Poor guy, that's just awful for him. And the Vikings pass defense goes even further downhill.
Gah. I like the Lions chances to win the division. If they didn't already have 2 division losses.
Too bad. It's always sad to see a guy blow out a knee.
I think he knew it, too, as soon as it went. He sat down on the turf and just tried really hard not to cry.
Bears fan, but you always want to see a guy come back and get healthy and play the game they love. I'll be rooting for him to get better so I can root against him on gameday.
As a Packers fan, I feel much the same way. I really hate it when I see a player injured, especially when they return after an injury rehab.
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