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  1. Deus Irae

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    Thomas Davis tears ACL once again | ProFootballTalk

    It's good for him that he signed a nice deal in the offseason, so at least he's financially protected. Best wishes for his recovery.
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    Re: OT: Poor guy, Thomas Davis tore an ACL for the 3rd straigh year

    Jeesh.... If they are using his own tendons, then they need to look at something different.. Seriously..
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    Re: OT: Poor guy, Thomas Davis tore an ACL for the 3rd straigh year

    Just saw this news a little bit ago. Pretty terrible.
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    Re: OT: Poor guy, Thomas Davis tore an ACL for the 3rd straigh year

    Its crazy how some players are injured so often, and then you have 10-15 year vets that have never had any major injuries.

    I guess it's a combination of genetics, luck, and simply knowing how to protect yourself on the field.
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    Bound to happen with that weird three-legged gait he had anyway.
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