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Keller suffered a season ending knee injury in a preseason game against the Texans, tearing his ACL, MCL, and PCL, and also dislocating his knee.@penban ::Bice dobro ako Keler nije zavrsio karijeru... Otislo mu je sve sto moze otici u kolenu od ligamenata... Kakav maler
@penban ::Barkevious Mingo was back at Cleveland Browns practice on Saturday, watching from the sideline. He’s a lucky young man.
Yes, the rookie linebacker and first-round draft pick probably will miss the rest of the preseason with a bruised lung. But consider this: He could have been killed by one more hit in Thursday’s game against the Detroit Lions.
That’s not hyperbole. That’s a medical opinion.
After Mingo had suffered the bruised lung, another shot to his chest could have proved fatal, Dr. Clark Fuller, director of thoracic surgery at Saint John’s Health Center in Santa Monica, Calif., told The Plain Dealer.
Fuller didn’t treat Mingo, but he said: “The chest cavity is an area where you could bleed to death and nobody ever sees a drop of blood on the ground.”
In actuality, there was blood on the ground. Mingo said he was spitting up blood after coming out of the game. It started after he was in with the kickoff coverage team and continued for four to five more special teams plays in the first half.
“I ran down after the [opening kickoff], and I didn’t feel right,” he said. “I kept going back out, and it was harder and harder to catch my breath. I went to my coach and he thought it’d be a good idea to go to the trainer with it. They did a great job pulling me out, and recognizing the symptoms and treating me.”
Mingo spent two nights in a hospital but is expected to be fine with rest and time to heal.
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