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Old 12-29-2005, 10:40 AM   #21
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The Dolphins played New England tough in Miami, and last season they beat New England in Miami... I don't think the Dolphins will survive in the cold, and New England should win.. Then Cincinnati controls where they finish.. They play at the same time, so they won't know who wins until their games are over. Pittsburgh also plays at 1:00, so I'm sure all 3 teams will rush to watch last parts of the games.
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Old 12-30-2005, 09:59 AM   #22
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Any update on Teddy! I was curious to see how bad his injury was, or wasn`t ?
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Old 12-30-2005, 11:07 AM   #23
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Any update on Teddy! I was curious to see how bad his injury was, or wasn`t ?
Yea...I've heard that it's a torn calf.Thats what Fox Sports radio has said.They said a Fox Sports News reporter was standing close on the sidelines overheard the trainer's.Then was escorted away rather quickly!!

The cover-up began at that point!
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Old 12-30-2005, 01:30 PM   #24
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Any update on Teddy! I was curious to see how bad his injury was, or wasn`t ?
Hey Cleve,

I have a couple of updates for you on Tedy's condition - both from the Mike Reiss blog (a respected Patriots journalist)

http://www.boston.com/sports/footbal.../reiss_pieces/


December 30, 2005
Bruschi in focus
In a sign that the calf injury suffered by linebacker Tedy Bruschi isn't too severe, Bruschi appeared in the Patriots' locker room at the end of today's media access period (11:00 a.m.-11:45 ET).

He walked to his locker, put on his practice shell and jersey, and then walked out of the locker room. Bruschi exchanged brief words with two other reporters.

Bruschi, who suffered a calf injury at the end of the first quarter in Monday night's game, is listed as questionable on the Patriots' injury report.

We'll have an update in a bit, with a wrap from practice as well as detail from Bill Belichick's film session with the media.

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December 30, 2005
Bruschi at practice
Tedy Bruschi was present for the media portion of Friday's practice, a sign the Patriots have dodged a potentially serious injury to their starting inside linebacker.

When Bruschi injured his calf during Monday night's game, he needed help walking to the sidelines and was carted from the sideline to the locker room.

Earlier today, Bruschi walked into the Patriots locker room at the end of media access (11:00-11:45 a.m. ET) and spoke briefly with two reporters.

Running back Corey Dillon was also present for the media portion of today's practice, as was every other player listed on the team's injury report.

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Thanks LITP, I give that guy,Teddy, alot of credit. He is an inspiration to alot of people, especially his own teammates I`m sure!
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Thanks LITP, I give that guy,Teddy, alot of credit. He is an inspiration to alot of people, especially his own teammates I`m sure!
He is one tough cookie - if he's on your team you love him - if he aint ya probably hate him!

The guy lives for football which is rare - most player tell you how much they love the game and the team - then they leave for a few extra bux.

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Well give'em an Oscar.because he has a torn calf.

Dont hate the poster...hate the calf!!
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Its becoming clear that the cream is rising to the top again. The Patriots and Steelers are the 2 best teams football right now and as a Patriots fan i am PSYCHED UP!!!
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Its becoming clear that the cream is rising to the top again. The Patriots and Steelers are the 2 best teams football right now and as a Patriots fan i am PSYCHED UP!!!
I do hope that you are correct. Both these teams have been injured in the middle of the season, and are getting healthy. So of the others, like Cin, Indy,Den, have been healthy all season
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I do hope that you are correct. Both these teams have been injured in the middle of the season, and are getting healthy. So of the others, like Cin, Indy,Den, have been healthy all season
funny how jax is an afterthought in this discussion as well they should be. amazing they could have a 12-4 record.
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