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    Unhappy Shaun Rogers season over as well

    feel bad for him, could help the dline

    Ralph Vacchiano ‏@RVacchianoNYDN Tom Coughlin said the blood clot in Shaun Rogers' leg is a season ending injury.

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    he is done for career prob. Too bad. Thought he could have helped out nicely in the middle. Good luck to him...
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    That sucks for him. Oh well, good luck with the healing

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    That sucks for him...and the team. So he's gone for good and Austin's back could also possibly be an issue. Big hit to our D-line today. I sure hope Hendricks is ready to step up if need be and help out Canty and Linval

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    This sucks for Shaun. And it sucks for us.
    a darn shame

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    Sorry for Shaun, he's been a good pro and he could have helped our DT rotation.
    No one remembers who came in second.

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    Yeah that sucks for him. I feel bad he lost a lot of weight and was really trying to be apart of this team.

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    HUGE! loss..

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    Quote Originally Posted by GameTime View Post
    he is done for career prob. Too bad. Thought he could have helped out nicely in the middle. Good luck to him...
    Yeah his career is most likely done. My dad had a blood clot in his leg during a season of soccer in high school. Ended up destroying both his legs (ulcers resulting from the clots, nasty stuff). He was a great player but never played again, you can still see the damage in his legs to this day and he is in his 50s.

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    That being said, Rocky is the next man up until Canty is healthy. Hopefully Austin can make a speedy recovery as well, assuming the injury he has isn't serious, and make a name for himself. This is his time to shine.

    Worse comes to worse Tuck can always fill in at DT and rotate Kiwi, JPP, and Osi at DE. We'll be okay

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